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22 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1912. 22 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
FIGHTING FOR PLANTATION LABOR
SANITATION WORK MADE HONOLULU NON-MFECTIBLE FOR $100,000
Honolulu lias been iiiailo "nnii-ln
loellble" nl an expense nf approxi
mately $100,000, $2:1.000 less tlinn Iho
original estimate niailo by Dr. Donald
II. Cuirlo when (In1 nlitlinosn,uIlo cam
paign WHS HI't 111 IIUll 1(111 UK till.' 11'Slllt
of a illHcuvcry of u jollow fever caso
Tlila morning tlio Civic Sanllatlon htudyliiK
.'illinium'.', which ims in-.mcu miii in
gunlzcd Iho work, hold n meeting 111
I ho olllco of (Inventor Crcnr ami dis
I'lidor tin title of the "Ilomance of
an Ilnllnn Utrl," an Lugllsli newspaper
gives the following account of Iho
death of Iho llrst wife of the lute Hub
ert Wilcox, Hawaii's first Delegate to
Tim celebrated woman Journalist
known on Mantua, whoso career Is
tinged Willi rouiatice, lias illcil sudden
ly In Koine. Doiinu (Una Sobrero, for
that wns her real name, was the
daiiKhter of u Pledinontosu colonel
and a Neapolitan baroness, Colomin
ill Stlgllnuo. When u girl of llftcen,
In I urln, sho met Iho no-
HAWAII IMMIGRATION IN
DANGER; HOUSE DECIDING
COMMITTEE URGED TO EXCEPT
ISLANDS FROM LITERACY TEST
(Special Dull tt In C.ilile- )
WASHINGTON, D. C, April 27. Delegate Kuhio and other representatives of the Ha
waiian Islands appeared today at the hearing of the House Committee on Immigration, to
protest against the educational test incorporated in the immigration bill that has passed
the Senate and is now before the House. It is proposed that Hawaii shall be excepted
from the requirements of the test.
C. S. ALBERT.
firuve fears lire fill by the member)
concurrent with the approval ., 1.1, ii.,,iu
of tlio Merchants' Association mid Ihoi siKiiorlna Soln
Chamber of Commerce. ,,;,,, ))rIlc''
torlous ndvonturer Wilcox, n nntUo of r t,0 Territorial board of Immlgru
llonololii, who boasted royal HneaRo tlon that tlio House will pass thu new
Olid claimed to bo klllK of tho Sand- IminlKnitlon bill without excepting
lluwull from the wurkhiKS of thu cdu-
lircro, stirred by tho, cation or "literacy tent," which re-
iisnniti- iirlnr-iVtt iinrsiiiiiilll V nnrt the iilt-..u l . 1Y....1 1 1... , .ill ..ll..,,.. .mliti.
a report w111c.11 is 111 oeioi v0111.11 1. u(!,,n( ()f chivalry associated with Ills )IK the United .States, except ililldreii,
A teport which Is to bd forwarded to ImnlCj on(,,(1 ,,y lnnrryB blni !U1il lie- be aide to read mid write,
expense to tho Terr lory of running cniiijianylhg him on u honeynioon oy-l Up mill n few das ago. It was
Urn campaign for live- mouths has ,, ,m(.k , tho lnml Nslll,,. ,, l,x. ,,, fl)r ,..,,,, ,.,,,. Huwull would
been $HI,H00, while Willi the money .,,.ac(i ,,,,, n!l ,llcc.. On ,Pr ur. , Klv-.-it mi eceitluii, mn.li us was
spent by tlio Federal authorities In rlvul ,,,, it,.mHM that Iho youtlifill incorporated In the Dillingham hill
t lllilwl it Is Just over the f 11)11,(101) orelrndor'H lieulcst title to the Ihmiui1 Tills substitute bill. however, n.isscl
1I1U1K. 1111s is iBUinsi mi. emiiiiuie. uaH ,at of liuvlng u fathur .who, ns a
lircparcd b Ur. (urrle of $12J,0U0 for BkllrH carpenter, had been employed
11 three months campaign. rnstructlni; a handsome wooden
The teport outlines tho reason for ,ll(ino f()r le mo,mrc,, After a ollB
Hie comlnUIco being culled and gives ,,.,,. ,)f mnrtyi ilom at tho hands of
n short summary of what has been .,,,. ,... slmll8Ci lhs rollnorl. highly
dono In connection with tho mosipillo luu(,(, ym,nB a,y succeeded In es-ork-
' ... , Uapliig to California with her Infant
A strong recommendation Is mnde una,.!,,,,,., Kiimlly she cntmi back to
nun iiiibiiichkiuc n siiouiii see iiini phi- Ilny ,vhel0 llcr nwBUt for tho .annul.
the Senate with the llterney test ap
plying In Uawall us well us to tlio
re.st of the mainland, It was stated
then that the passage of the bill In
this form was due to an oerslKbt,
which would be corrected In the
Just how serious this oversight may
lie Is shown by the fuct Hint, accord
ing to the teiords of liiimlgtiints en
tering bete, about 75 per cent, of the
Sp.iulMi 11111I Portuguese are Illiterate
mid from :I0 to 40 per cent, of tho
Iliissluns. This Is In round ttgures.
Commissioner of Immigration Clark
was asked tills morning as to the ef
fect of nuking the literacy test appli
cable, to lluwull
"Of the three nationalities entering
most largely Into ouf .Jmiiilgrutlon," ho
sjibl. "the Itiissl.iiu.,.nie Ihe best, edit;
chted, the Spanish next and the" Por
tuguese next However', the Portu
gm se limngrnnts have been moro
strletl) iniiutry-hrcd people, which
iiiaj account partly for this Approx
imate!) T.'i ier cent of the Spanish
10 per cent, of the Russians."
Dr Clark, however, makes a com
ment which may be taken us pointing
a possible wny to getting plantation
labor ccu should the test be eu
SUFFER IN CHINA
(a!iocl:itt Vrcnn chh )
SHANGHAI China, Apr. 27. The Red Crosi oraaniiation of China hat
cabled an urgent appeal for relief, declaring that a million people are tuf
fering from famine and ditea&e.
m mum t
SEVERAL VESSELS NEARJTTANIC WHEN SHE SUNK
( AssiHi.itisI Pr. ss Culib'
WASHINGTON, D, C, Apr. 27. Captain foore of the iteamer Mount
Temple teitified today before the Senate investigating committee that he
was near the ill-fated Titanic. He (aid no unidentified schooner and a
tramp tteamthip were also near.
(SiHcl.it II ii ll" I In C.ilib )
NEW YORK. N. Y., Apr. 27 The body of Franc!- D. Millet, the artist
who perished in the Titanic disaster, has been recovered.
i i itue i
DESPERATE CIVIL WAR BREAKS OUT IN PARAGUAY
(Assocliit-'il Press Cubic
DUCNOS AYRES, Paraguay, Apr. 27. Civil war has broken out des
neratelv in Paranuav. The rebels in battle repulsed and damaaed four war
jears the cbarncler of the ,hlp, commanded by loyalists.
mid Poilugiiese are Illiterate and 30 to pinse
Italians coming Into the United Slates
has largely ihaUKcd." he said, "and
cen the Sicilians are largely literate
Ptrhups nbout Iwo-lhlriW of the HI
cllluus can rtud and write."
, Dr. tyiark also imluts out that should
the literacy test lie enforced on tho
iiiiilnluinl but not In Hawaii, the re
sult would greatly stlmuhito Immigra
tion here ns will as prevent Immi
grants from luuiiig for the Coast af
ter (oming lure at the Territory's ex-
POSTMASTER FATALLY I
( Sls-rlnl II It I I e 1 1 n Cable.l '
STOCKTON, Cal., Apr. 27. A
cracksman named Hartman was fatal
ly wounded by Portmaster Williamson
after the bnndit had blown the safe.
ner legislation Is rnrneit tlirnugli in
nsiiro tlio Hoard of Health the neces
sary $2.ri" it month Hint is reipilred
for keeping down tho mnsipilliics. It
fcv pointed out that keeping the town
Immune from ellow fovr Is now a
matter of commerclnl Intel est.
incut of her man Inge created immense'
iutciesl, terminating In u favorable
judgment mi the score of mistaken
ROLE OF SAILORS
How Three Aristocrats
Shipped To Honolulu
AS TOLD BY THE "MILLIONAIRE TRAMPS."
NOTK. Lured by tho spirit of unrest and the desire to boo life with
tho bark (iff. four young fellows with all kinds nf money decided to work
their way around tho world. Tho four wcio Sidney It Cram-Is. sou of ox
(loVeruor l'ruucis of Mlssouil, A, It, Dupotit. son of the famous photographer
Amy Diipont of Now York and a scion of Ciciich nohllllj ; Hcywood Drown
of New York urlstocrauy, and (leorgo II. l.lttle, son of a noted St. I.ouIh
capitalist. Their inn el adventure brought theiu Into Instant and country-
ho rltoilal politicians Intend to curry a wldo notice ns "Tho Millionaire Tramps." After gelling to San Crnnclsco
that fuil line of samples. There will ho and being entertained there nt a luncheon to which sat down two Covern-
this woik has been deemed necessary lmudieilH of pines and hundreds of ors and Iho Mayor of tho city, tho ndvoutuious ouug men shipped on tho
liv tho committee, mid that HJias been gallons of Pined ar mid pineapple big windjammer Kihvurd Sewull from San Crnnclsco to Hawaii. In tho fol-
Included In tho estimates for tho torn- juice, and after being treated lo theso lowing story, wilttcu for the II u 1 1 ct I u , they r.le their impression of
Word has been tc. el veil nt Iho tmvnl dcllinclcs, delegates from Iho uull-su- Iho "roiiiunco of Iho se:i."l
Htutlon Hint tho repot t of tho llouso gar Slates will bo Informed thut overy
Commlttco on Naval AITnlrn cairles Industry of Hawaii, Including plneup.
mi Item of $t;r0,0uti fur Pearl Harbor, ios and their products, will bo shot to:
lug year Tills will insiiio tho on
iBrs-eiil It ii tie tin Cable.l
WASHINGTON, D.-C, Apr. 27 The
Mexican situation is more reassuring
today. The Indians are reported quiet.
It is reported that Great Britain will
send a warship to protect British In
Hawaiian Democrat) see a chanie
lo do some offectlw polities for tho
whole Territory dining the National
convention, nud Iho entlro delegation
Thla sum Is not Itemized, and thero Is t lint, goes to llnlljinnro will bo primed
no means nf lulling for Just what work with facts mid llgiues relating to tho
II Is Intended, although olllclals here sugar Industry ctihululcd to show
have a prclly good guess. their mainland brethren tho error of
This Is tho exact amount of Iho es- tliolr wnyH on the tariff question.
Ilmtito of. tho naval engineers for tho Cesldes n long lino of talk, the Tor-
proposed Sflu-foot extension or
drydock, and tho supposition Is
AND DIES POOR
"noisfc-i rrss caMO
CHICAGO, III., Apr. 27 Dr. Daniel
K. Pearsons, the aged philanthropist,
died at his home at Hinsdale, near this
1500 THREAD FACTORY
(Spcrl.il Dili let In Cable.) !
WILLAMANTIC, Conn, Apr. 27.
A strike of 1500 operatives of the
American Thread Company occurred
IN PEN FOR BRIBERY
".Murlatei! trr Cable.)
COLUMBUS, O., Apr. 27. State
Senator Andrews has been sentenced
to nine months In the penitentiary for
i k it :: :: n n t: :i :j mt :: :: :: :: M s: J: JS :J.,. ,,
ClnCT I IOT ne -Aiinini ... . .
. ...w, blu, v,r winuiunita m mis ISSUE
I Dr Pearsons has for vears ben one
' of the world's roremost phllauthro
ilits After making a fortune eMI
miiteil us high as Il0.00ii.000 III busi
ness In Chicago, be began u systematic
distribution of It He was accustomed
to cell brute his hlrtluhiys by gifts nf
hundreds of thousands of dollars for
various charitable and educational
purposes A few months ago he gave
uway all but enough money to keep
lilm In modest comfort lie was it J
, yeurs of age.
i, ,,", !Xg" lAnt "L1??8 Ifl8""- "' nm lM "f tandldntes In tho M
llu I el Hi's Grand JI.00O.0O Popularity Campaign for young "von
en o Hawaii appears. This list ncli.dcs tho votes received for each
i":;: ''"i",1,'.'" I,r.ljnji.".,!!i,!'."'i!iiin,'( .i. ..., mese r,
...., .... .....i ,,,,,,1-ur ,Ua, inn inercnrter tho ote-stand-Ings
will chnngo dally. Iok over the list rim fully and If Iho name
of soineoiio whom you'd llko to win one of the innnv ImiiUsome prlies
does not nppear there. Bend In hir name nt onte The lime Is short
and the luwnrds aro worth tho effort of anjone
:: :: :: n n :: :: n :: :: t:
:: :: t: :: :: n a
WILL BAHLE" AT
BUF0RD LEAVES ON
RESCUE MISSION MONDAY
, nieft with
i nun alike
tie Ciilllp Dijftion of
f.iMir of o.llcers and
f Associated rtss rabli..
FRANCISCO, Cal., Apr.
1 The National Ou.ird of Hawaii wll
I clash wltii Uncle Sam's regulars In
lllilllfe warfare, ns n U'ltnl-nu l ilw.
n-giilar summer camp of the nillltli-
""" ,,"'",r"1 MMcnml l-artminti ,,, r the mllltla went Into camp
oinmaiider, sees no reason why the ' at Hi hutlelil, two conipaules at u time,
regulars should not take the Hi Id with ''lit this jour the plan Is for the en-
llllla. and probably the gatrlsoo I ,,ri" "r"1 reglimnt. liicludlng the two
upiiiiMiiini wo .iiaui iiiio one on nn-
lurgement of Iho dock from 800 to
(Continued on Page 4)
. ' J .-U.HWI ' Jt' '. '
ITn to nnr ileiinrturo from San Krnn "lndlsnosed" uml droooed the iinclidr .. . . . '. . '.' , . ' . ' II
i i ne Iran i Don uuiorn. wnien nai Been
pieces If tho KirllT Is (mnpered wltli.lc's'" l" I,nn numoereu lour. i u is s t Wn iiji. All Iho real suitors ordered to scour the Mexican coast or ' "rl Winner will be turned out for
It Is believed that with tho tasto of tho I'"'" Hcywood Ilrowii abandoned tlio wt.re u;s indisposed from their last for American refugee-., will leave here the maneuvers.
luscious fruit still lingering. It will bo "'! to Bcttlo down In Urn Angeles, no-1 night nshoro. and had to bo hauled out Monday at noon on her mission. I The Ouurd cunin this voir i ill I,..
. ... - . .. .... ..... ... ..,.,.. Hint llin nnrtv mm' litllllbels tliref. I r n I i i.. ,.. ll.. .1 - - " .,,(i,'u lu"i nils tur Will lie
lilipossinio lor me ucieguien 111 sine - - -- 1 men loiunn, no uunii nil ut Moanalua, S, M . Damon having
with tho freo sugar crowd. Allan Her Wo nppllcd to dipt. (Julck, tunstor deck or sneak haik nt Iho first oppoi. lines) jour money In llullctln gen permission for the Territorial
bert is to huo full charge of Iho lln of Iho l-Mward Sewnll, lo he taken on tunlty. I nilirrllsliig mid II returns lo von troops to go under canvas on his es-
wullnn exhibit, which will Incluilo pni''ns 'fnromast hands for tho trip to llo-i
......I.... Illniiiliii.n nu .,ll n .li.n.iltn' tif.tllll. 11. J ntllnn tllll. fl Hill ii f TiKII !
as well as deflullo
CAMPAIGN FUNDS OF
1904-8T0 BE PROBED
(Bun-ml ntllf'.ln Cilhlo.)
WASHINGTON, D. C., Apr. 27.
Sanction for an investigation of the
presidential campaign funda of 1904
pnd 1903 was today given In Senate
KN I'ltANCIHCO, Cat. Apr. :
Huts, ss imiilyi-K Pis, Od.; parity,
I fcic Pielous iiiitatlon, las. 7d
:t it :s :: :: :: ti :: :: :s tt t: t: it n tt ::
Si The business levlew usually np- ii
lioiillll. mi camo wiin a nme irouij
Mayor Itolph. Ho licsllnteil tn take lis.
on. doubting that wo expected lo bo'
treated as tho rest of thr! crow. Wol
wore Indignant nt this, and llunlly
gained his reluctant consent to tuko us
on, Wo shipped as ordinary seamen,
bunking In tho " 'midship house,"
wages flfi per mouth.
On Crlday, April o, wo left Iho Mis
slou street dock mid anchored out In
Iho hay. All day tho launch piled to
mid from tlio bout, bilnglug thu crow
In twos nud threes. Wo learned then
that this Is customary for sea wind
jammers to bo out of swimming ills-
I tnnco In order lo keep a crew aboard
till they can get to sea, Ixoxl II ap
peared that of tho twenty men who
shipped as nblo seamen fourteen wcro
us ignorant as ourscDcs, These
things began to throw a now light on
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wall, to camp together for a llve-dny
period The date has not been defi
nitely st. but It will lie late In July
or enrlj In Anuie-I In this year's
Held work Ihe problems studied In of
llrers' siliool during the winter and
tute The camp this yeur will be on "I ring will be worked out In practise.
it pearlng 111 Iho lln Hot In on tl10 o'ldaln's special faor In Inking
H. E. HENDRICK,
MercbanJ and Alakea
ti Saturday will ho published noxt tt1"H "
Si Monday Instead of today. iti At 0 o'clock tho noxt morning (Sat
it ii it tit: :: is :s ii Si is ss ii ii SS SS n ui day) tho tug hooked on uml wo
i glutted out of tho (Jolden (lute. What
I I'ntler tho will of (len. John W. No-wltli drunkenness nud Ignorance It Ik
blo, lllod in SI. Louis, his law library, a munel how wo over got tho ship tin
will go In tho Washington University, dor Bull. The llrst nintu camo aboard
An Honest, Wholesome
Beverage for the Family
llrcwmastcr uud Chemist
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