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ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5215.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1912. 12 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
250 COFFINS ASKED FOR DEAD
TITANIC DISASTER STIRS THE WORLD
HELD ON VESSEL
Long Voyage Over, YUAN SHIHKAI
BTTS I TO SERVE YEAR,
Restless iind tlrul from n loilK wi) - ,
iiri mid within n stone's throw nuw
or th- liiml of their adoption, the four
teen bundled i:iiriipi!in Immigrants
iilmiril tli' stimuir lliirpillon are hi'lil
In tcinliur.ir ill ImiIIiiii Tin"' nretle
tnltKil In llio I'ldtta! Immigration nu
tlmil'li'h pi tiding tin- arrival of u bond
fiiim the nwiurs to pity nu lViUrul
Immigration (UUiitlon expense.
It Ik thn Millie kind or u ImiiiiI unit
which them was n temporal) 1iltt.li
Kin n the liiiinlm-iiiil ship Wlllesdinnr
ilvod. I tun cur. tlio lliirp.illnii Is Jn
what Im iniiMliUri-il lino sanitary inn
illtlnii, ami tlic health nuthorltliH aru
nut m far detaining the essil or Ita
p.tHM iiki r The Ttrrltorlal Hoard of
Health wns thought to hue tiikin
iliiirge )tMmli. hat It seems that the
boiul to tin l' id nil IiniiilKrji t Ion pm-
plu has mil )'t lucii put up.
TIiim bond vim tho Kill
iMinferonte In the liirnor'
i.nriiliiL i.l ulil.li ttu Territorial lioatil
of Immigration, the 1'idirnl liiiinlKrn
llcili service, through Inspector Hnl
Kty. anil the agents of the twll. T
II Dtvlts & Co, wire r present! il
It Is not hilt Mil that tin re will he
liny hltih our the liuml nftir the min
us anil the ngints hiiNu tal.cn thoinut
tir up by table, but niiniivvhlle the
1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 K r : 1 1 1 1 h urn held and III view of
the uiKint luetsslt) for gitllni; tin in
ashore, p.irlkiilarly the children, tho
'I'm lloi ltd bond of linuiliutl m I
Imping that the bund will be nriiingid
today no Unit the people who nfe not
In Id b) sickness or for failure tn pass
the I'ldcnil Immigration luiiilreincnls,
nun i nine ashore.
Ah kooii iih the bond 1h pi in I. led. the
luiiulKrautH will be cMimlmd I) thn
FATE OF MANY
STILL IN DOUBT
(SHi-ii im i let iii ruble )
NEW YORK, N. Y., April 18. The Carpathia i now clue
to dock at 9 o'clock tonight.
A wireless message has heen sent for 250 coffins, saying
that there arc dead aboard hut the message does not give
FREE SUGAR UP;
ibjctt f.f 11
" I (Amnclnted Press Cable )
lhut (lenernl 1 nun Shlh Kill of tint
forunr Imperial flilm-M. Ami) who
now oii'iipleH the seat of President of
the lieu Iti public of China. 111 onl)
sine iih piovlsloniil president for one
Sear, in the new milled Ii) local
IMItor Nu Wing rim of the I.IIm rty
NriMi thin morning at Ids olllte mild
It was original!) Inti tided to hae
rrcHldi in Yiiiin fthlh Kill nre Tor
mil) hIx month, within whlih time
It ciim exntittd that the noiitrs of
tl... t. ..pl.t ,, ...il.l Mil ..irlily,, tin, MeW
n .itlllr, 1'iit owitijc to Intfi imtlnimt
(uinpllciitlniiH 111 tt rill of ullliu wjih
I'xti'inU tl to oni' eir
n.m. .. .... i.l il.t.. ..... ..!...
I.IIIIUI 4H rllltl linn itiiu iiiiit ""! . a I !'
trtHid.nt Mi.n. ua inaiiKiiiaied in iy exnaustea ironi pis strenuous lanors ana me strain.
oiiiit1 Aiiirt.ii i", Mini mm uM'iti'ii" . , . ., , , .- .
.red inti.. more than u ,.umtii it; Bruce Ismay, chairman of the Wh.te Star une, a surviv
or, is hopeless as to the survival of Isidor Straus, W. T.
Stead, Col. Astor, Maj. Archie Butt, George Widener, and
President J. B. Thayer of the Pennsylvania railroad, about
whom there was doubt.
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 18. The Senate Commerce
Committee today appointed a sub-committee of seven in
preparation for an international probe of the Titan'c dis
aster. ' NEW YORK, N. Y., April 18. The steamer Carpathia with
the survivors of the Titanic d'saster aboard, will reach New
York probably at one o'clock Friday morning.
The lack of details as to the wreck and the survivors is
rwnlninnrl i thn fnnf Ihnt tho wirplnss nnprninr is finmnlotn-
tluit "l""'"" "J "" "" "" "" '- -r - --,..,.-.
HEARD ON Hi
BOARD IS UPHELD
IKixYlnl n ill 11 in Cnh.tr.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 18.
The Senate Finance Committee today
took up the free-augar bill. Senator,
George H. Falrchlld and Judge S, M.i
Ballou, the latter repreientlng the Ha-I
wallan Sugar Planter Attoclatlon,'
4.23 ASKED IN
committee on the
C. S. ALOERT.
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Rptclnl Hill let In Corn aiwnilenre )
WASIIINOTON, U. C. April fi -
What the tlioiiKhtlesti nnil facetloiiH
term a "KlKantlc Httgar lobby" l.aH de- X
Hcemltiritpon tlio capital city. Uh mem- it
btTH tlirniiK corrIdor of tlu Senato U Alexaiuler & llaldnln tmlav re
und camp out tit tlio spacious nlllcc St cehed fiom their Now Yoik rot
building of tlio Upper llrancli. No oi-'tt leHpomleiit tlio folUnsliiL; cable
pnrtttnlty Ih lost to wrestle with a St Kratu
Senator and aeok to Impress upon Mm St "LloldcrH of ra-vs askhiK J.23
tlio necessity of retalnlnt; existing dtt-.tS Market. HtrotiK. Strnnctli of mar
ties upon HiiRar, or at least penult but, ti ket due to active business In lo
a sIlKlit reduction. St nl lellnes Itelliiets' supply of
While In no nenxo ronstlttitlnK att ravR Ittsnilkleiit for prtsent
lobby, as eoored by tlio usual Inter-' tt needs."
pretatlon Khon tlio term, represenla-, SS This evidence of n rlslni? stiitar
tles of tlio cane- and beet-sugar in-iii piarxci strengtiiened the local
, iliiHtrles haM) Hocked tu force to thlsJSS market and was hailed with Joy
Ih likely, he thoiiKht. that the
will reeoKUle China within
Slnte the departure of forinir IM1
tor Tse or the l.ltmty News to tukti
a hlKh i;otniiiHiit piisltlon. no news
of Importance has bet u rettlvtd from
liliu reKiirilhnr China IMItor Nl! ox
putH to luar from him l the next
Htennicr from china.
I)r I.l of the Chinese (onuulate sabl
tliN iiiuiiiliii; that l)r Wii Tlni? Him;
Iiuh not at V(t at 1 1 pit d the olllte of
iimbaHxador to WaidilnKtou
I city. The) are earnestly working da)
ami nlulit to prowMit tho illsastnr
, which tliieatous llielr Internstn, No
stone is belm; left unturned to hocuio
(Continued on Page 3)
r. s. .iintoiis c.vi.i.i:n
Secretary of the Treasury MacVeagh has instructed a
revenue cutter to take the Senate investigating committee
aboard the Carpathia for a prelinrnary investigation. Mr.
Ismay will be summoned to Washington.
All petit jurors of the United
Slates DlHlrltt Com I are re
quired to be on hand tomorrow
morning at III o'clock
: :! :
SS by the sugarmvn.
SS it tt SS XI St SS tt tt tt tt SS SS SS
: iim.NKn (ioks mount
(Associated I'ress fable)
NUW YOltK. April IS All i-
lined sugar hus genu up lle
tents a hiiiidreil
One day specials at Mrs. Dlckt
sou's, er) Katurda) Head pape
(Stnelil II ii ill nr, i"-ible.)
WASHINGTON, D ,C. APRIL 18.
THE RUSSIAN IMMIGRANTS HELD
DY TH. FEDERAL IMMIGRATION
AUTHORITIES AT HONOLULU ARE
TO BE ADMITTED TO THE COUN.
TRY. C. 8. ALBERT.
IN ih nil Immigration
bindid lr the Ttrrltorlal bo ird of
health then xt 1 1 lit to t irahllxh a ii.u -alllllle
the evptllHis Will In paid by
HACKFELD & CO. LANDS CONTRACT
FOR SUPPLYING COFFEE TO ARMY
i refused in-demands
(Spoelal II u I I m 1 1 n Cable
NEW YORK, N. Yv Apr. 18. The
railway operators have refuted the tie
mandt of the locomotive engineert.
ANOTHER BREAK IN LEVEE '
MAKES 2500 HOMELESS
(Hiwlll II 11 I let ill C."' )
ROSEDALE. Mitt, Apr. IB. An-
.11... U..l. I .1.. MI..I..imhI i.t.1,1.
. wilier uig.h 1,1 .im ,,i,ii.a.,iji ,,vv,
levee hat made 2500 people homelett.
ton Thn ooffeo iiicferrcil as slated In
Hn.llie tall for lenders wus tho Hawaiian,
t'orto icico or ueuirni
hrntuls. It was a good opporluulty of
Ilnckfeld i Co. landed tlio hlg
t rat t for furnishing tlio tinny of
Philippines with 3.1,1100 iouuds pet
month of Hawaii's Kniia coflee. gaining a now oullet Tor tlio famous
Confirmation of the good wotk ofllawnll pioduct and tho lowil men
tho Honolulu concern was reteUed went at It with a lni. Tho result
tho other da by talilo and It Is migh-speaks for Itself. All Hie coffee silli
ly good news for tlio colTcomeii and piled liy llackfeld & Co. under
merchants of tho (It)'. contract will of course bo of
As slated oxctiisiwly liy tho Hit 1- pioditttlon
I ot in a few weeks ago, Honolulu Tlio (all for tenders nskH for ipiola
merchants weru glen tho opportuul titius for a month's suppl). Il Is slut
ty by tho (Juailermasei's Depaitmont ed, honoier. Hint ordlmull) contrails
to tender on the sttpplj of toffee used under fauirublo tenileis uro signed up
b) tlio arm) In tho Philippines llith-for sK mouths. Just what Hie futuro
t rto this lias been at tho disposal prac program will bo Is not now known,
tlcally exclusively of the mainland The fact merel) Is Hint Hawaii lias a
dealers tn coffee Local men hauls now market for a good hulk of lis tor
have lompeleil only for tho supply of fee and Ih lo bo retkoned with as a
the local army posts, factor In tho army coffee umtiaclH.
BOMBARDING IN STRAITS
(Hiwclill nil Mt I tl CU1)
LONDON, Eng, Apr. 18 Italian
warshfpi have begun the bombard
ment along the Dardanelles Straits.
One wanhlp It damaged
homo S RERAN M NERS IN
BATTLE WITH RUSSIANS
(Hli-chll II il II oil ii Cable.)
IRKUTSK, Siberia, Apr. 18 In a
fight with Ruttian toldlert, 107 gold
minert have been killed and SO
OF POPULAR YOUNG
POUR IN FOR BIG CONTEST
Any Person Has the Privilege ol Nominating One or More Candidates, Without One Cent
of Cost to Themselves, and Many Avail Themselves of the Opportunity to
Enter tlie Name of a Favorite.
OPENING DAY BRINGS MANY ENTHUSIASTIC ENTRIES
A Nuniboi of Young Women, Realizing the Opportuivties That Havo Been Placed Within
Then Roach By This Great Campaign, Havo Made Up l heir Minds to Win, and aic
Now Busily Engaged in Interesting Their Friends in Their Campaigns,
Nominations In the (lltKAT POPir.
I.AKITV CONTIIST of tho tluHo
1 1 n aio touilug In rapidly and a mini'
her of bright and popular young no.
men liui nlinnlv enleled tho ciiiupe-
friends In aid ou, tiud )ou will be
sui prised lo see how rapldl) tho votes
will roll up.
'I lie prizes nro especlall) ilaera:,
and tlieio Is absolutely nothing objct
should hao heard befote anyone else
If there had been any truth In It ;
I The namo of V. L. Hopper nlso he
lilt; mentioned as having kuuwledgu of
tho movements of Mr Knniei mid Ills
daughter, the llullellu tiaced
lids down only to llnd Hint tho Hop j
per's Infoimallon had tomo fiom Wa
hlaw'a and that tlio) did mil lliiuk
thero was any tnttli In tlio rumor.
Princess Not on Titanic. j
Ono rumor wns that Prlntess Kawu
nauakoa wus nboard tho Titanic, and
Mis It. V. Hhluglo tallied to ascertain
Tho lliilletln reteled a leport the truth. Cabled lepl) Is lo tlio ef
today Unit Alfred Lames and his feet that tlio Pilncess was not on tho
daiiglitor llesslc weto on tho Titanic Tllaulc. She had Intended taking It
at tho llnio of tho disaster. Tho II ul hut changed her mind at tho last mo-
lotlli did not glvo public atlon lo tho ment. '
report until after It had lnesllgaieil i
i, .1 t.i.. ....i .i.l.. ..ri... ..,i tl.lu '
il inoioiiKaij, uiih nun i'm e ,, lllvia r n i...... r,...nii11i
I ho ilepurluie ot
...it,... ii. .n y...
from Wahlawn that lie does not bo ,ml(lm flom vUol(; fm. ,,,,',
novo IIIO III, Hill IB II UO. . . .
"They wore lo lenwi on March SO ""''
ot April It," staled Mr. Haines, Jr., "hull I
1 do not think that they weto on Tho llnnihuig-Ameiliaii liner Clow
hoard or I should liao heard of II. 1 land, with sl hundred Amerltnii tour
do nut know wheio Jho repott has tsls, Is leported lo haio uiilved at
tome fiom hut I alu coitulu that I Culctilta, India, on April btli.
PltANlMSCl), Cal. Apr 1S
S8 iiiuiI)sIh, 1.1s lid, pal It.
PruUoiiH i, notation, 1'Ih. Id
campulgu, novv is the time to do so
without further delay lr there Is an)
thing that Is not plain lo )oti drop a
card to tho Contest Manager or, better
htlll. Welt tho olllco in person, and anv
doubtful points will be cleared up at ,.,,, r(lllltlllc , n; c0t,,Bt smile
t It ion. full) rtnlUIng tho advnntaues onto. )f ,ll(, 1)l,Hl ,,e0,, tliu illy ate a
that hae bi en plated within their Thoro Is a great thai In bo gained read) Inleiested and many mote will
reatli bv this toutest und determined In a contest of lids sort, both In ideas Lho so befoio many days huo passed
to win the titUe of Iholr cliolio If sin- tire, piollt and exnerlento Thin, too, To win one of lho lliilletln prizes
tore ellurt will enable them to do so. those who enter at tho slurt have thowlll bo a gratlf)lug honor and of Im
If )tm have not already entered tho best chanco of winning. Out )our (Continued on Pag. 4)
Tho derision of the Department of
Commerce ami Labor, as shown by
tho Washington torrespoudeiiin above,
upholds tho procedure of the Territo
rial Hoard of Immigration In bringing
Russian Immigrates hero from Man
churia Tho Immigrants havo been
detained for n number of weeks at tho
1'ederal Immigration station here.
They were hold because when exam
ine tl by the Federal Inspector! and la
ter when lho mutter vuti rnYle'Aed b
fore a special board ot Inqulr), a ques
tion arose ns to whether or not they
were being brought Into the Territory
In violation of tho strlugent contruct
labor laws Inspector tlalsey und a
board of three went Into tho matter
thoroughly and nfter cabling tho re
sults of their Investigation to Wash
ington and leeching advice from
Washington, annouuted thai tlio Im
migrants would be detained pending
further lincstlgatlnn Immediately
the Territorial Hoard of Immigration
took tho matter up. and appeals were
made by the Immigrants Individually
to Washington. When the full re
ports of the matter reatheil Washing
ton by mall a few da) s ago, all of tho
ilrcumstanios were gone over, and tho
order to admit the Russians, as told
by tlie II ti I le 1 1 n 's Washington
correspondent, follow ed.
The Territorial Hoard of Immigra
tion this morning retelied a cable
gram substantial!) to the samo effect
as that sent the Htillotlti by Cor
respondent Albert. Tlirro ore somo
iw cut) -four Uusslaiis held, and It la
oxpected they iwlll bo released at oncn
and will then bo tnkeu charge of by
tho Territorial Hoard until they uro
The result Is considered on Impor
tant point for tlio work of lho Terri
torial Hoard. Inasmuch as, from tho
Incomplete cable news received, It al
lows the Hoard to proceed with Ita
present recruiting methods.
W. A. BOWEN WILL TALK
TO ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE
President W A Howell of tho Antl
h'alooii l.t ague Is tn addiens thu mem
bets of the lA-ugue In Cooko Hall this
afternoon at I o'clock, when the an
nual meeting will be called to order.
The business, before tho meeting Is
purely of a formal character and thu
annual clotlon of olDccrs will nlso bu
All at home will
Enjoy the hew brew
paper was Informed by Alf.ed Hamos. V aSliiBl
.lr . ojcr the' longtllstanco tele,, bono rtCK,1;:,
llrcwuiastti and Chemist
H C HENDRICK, LTD.
Met chant and Alakea Phone 2648
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