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winerj at Mnkuwao, the Haiku pino
npplo cannery, (ho Haiku homesteads,
Maliko gulch, where, the longest rail
road bridge in the Territory is going
in, and the' Knhtilui breakwater.
At Wailuku a big crowd assembled
for tlio only session of tho incstlgn
tion to bo held. At this meeting tho
principal speaker was .T. M. Vivns, the
Wuiluku lawvcr, who protested against
tho withholding from homestead entry
of tho Ilnlcnknln ranch leased lunds.
Goernor Trenr, when asked for tho
administration's sido of this matter,
paid that lie could not recollect any
application for tho withdrawal of tho
land for homestead purposes.
Worth Aiken, tho land commissioner,
defended the laud policy of tho Governor.
In his opening stntcment at tlio session,
Secretnrj Fisher sajd that ninny
of the misunderstandings that ho had
found existing throughout tho Terri
tory hnd now been cleared away and
that ho believed that ovorything was
now on a better footing nil around.
Tho party left for Lahnina at five
o'clock to catch tho Mauna Kca for
Secretary Fisher, Governor Frear,
Prince Kuhio and the other principals
in tho investigation now under way
into the charges made bv tho Delegate
against the Governor, will bo bick in
Honolulu this morning at an early hour
and the sessions in tho sennto chambor
at the Capitol will bo resumed on Monday
morning at half-past nine o clock.
The Investigation so far, both hero
and on tho other islands, has boon into
general land conditions in Hawaii, tlio
particular allegations of tho Delcgnto
and his nttornoys having been tnken up
only incidentally, as they enmo into
tho general discussion. On Monday,
however, will bo taken up tho specific
charges and tho result of tho general
investigation will bo compared with
the alleged conditions nunied in tho
various protests and briefs filed against
Secrcnrv Fisher has seon n great deal
of tho Territory in his hurried trips
across three islands during tho past
week. Ho lias met many of tho complaining
ones fnco to face and heard
their stories, whilo tho Govornor has
been able to le"arn exactly what tho
objections to his land policy aro and
has been given tho opportunity of explaining
away many a misapprehension.
In Waiohinu", Hilo and Honokaa ho
met many ready to complain of conditions,
foine because certain lands had
not been opened to homcstcadlng,
somo becaiiso patents had been with
bold for various causes and many because
tho belief existed that tho plantations
were not treating the small
cane growers with fairness. In most instances
it was found that mistrust had
grown from mistakes as to tbo Governor's
action and powers under tho law.
During tho trip little was discussed
beyond land, lnbur and transportation.
If tho ones backing the Delegate's pro.
test scored at ail it was on tho last
subject, tho deeding of tho postofllco
site in Hilo to the Hilo Itailroad Company
for ono dollar, when tho site n
worth inauy thousands, appearing to
strike the Secretary as soniothing hard
to justify, even iu the fnco of tho law
on the subject. Tlio Uarlsinlth lot traus.
action and the Metzger lot matter, in
the Wnlnkca dispute, were cleared up
to the benefit of the Governor The
impression that the Ciirlsnilth lot had
been purchased by tho Territory and
then turned to tho railroad, turned out
to be unfounded, the lot hnviu been
acquired for a public approach to the
new wharf, in which the railroad 1ms
ard hotel was reopened for the party
and at Walinei the Secretary and .Mrs
Fisher, the Govornoi, Private Secre
tnrv Meyers, and Secretary of tho Ter
ritory Mott-Sinith and 'Mrs. Mott
Smith were tho guests of A. W. Car
ter. The Kohala club members weic
hosts at that stopping plnce, serving a
much appreciated lunch just beforo the
left for Mnhukon.i to board the
bout for Maui.
Tho gencrnl condition of the roads
on tho Big Island is execrable although
ono or two short stretches of new road
havo gone in recontly to make tho contrast
the more noticeable.
Tho Hawaii arrangements were iu
the hands of Donald S. Bowman, who
accompanied the party nround tlio
His planning w'ns excellent and
much of tho enjoyment of tho long trip
was duo to his unsparing pains.
. i .
WANTON KILLING DF
(By Federal Wirr'cst Teleeraph )
LONDON, September 27. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) A man giving his
namo as Titus and claiming to be a
of tho United fetntes, todny had 'i
disjutc with Miss Tower, a barmaid it
the hotel where lie was stopping.
Titus drew his revolver and shot and
klllid Miss Tower besides woundinir
another barmaid, and then rushed to the
street. On the way out ho shot down
two men who tried to stop him. Ho was
finally overpowured and arrested,
(llr Federal Wlreloi Telegraph,)
LONDON, September 27. (Speciul
to The Advertiser) The suffragettes'
latest dodge is the waring of protective
armor. It is learned that several of
tho women who disturbed Chancellor of
n nil,, ,.,.! Inr it. r.ht f.,,i. (-. nc ',''I,,JU,7 . meeting
MeUger drew down a laugh when 1,
and padded garments with
(explained that hu bated his claim to
lils lot principally on tuo expectation
that congress would enact legislation
vomo tlmo during tho next nix yours
that would give him n preference right
to It He wu told by tho Secretary
that tperiilntln on the iuture nets of
congrcM whs taking 4 long chance.
At I'apnuloa, the part) whs entertained
at lunch by Mr and Mrs Colin
McLellun, whom hoipitallty u known
ar and wide At Huuokuu, l!i Itirk
Pointed outward, (irmly fixed in tho pad'
MLtS OJWED IN b TO 14 OAVb.
.ZO OINTMl.:.'! u guarantied
i iuic uy race of Itching Uliiid,
Blooding or IVotruUini; l'i.u i i u
M duy or money refunded.- Made by
PARIS Mi:DICIKH CO . Saint Louu
L' of. A
SEEfNG THE HAMAKUA SCENERY
BEVEHIA, Massachusetts, Septem
ber 27. (Specinl to Tho Advertiser)
Chairman Charles D. Hilles of the Republican
nationnl committee, after a
day spont with President Tnft and New
Knglnnd Republican leaders gavo out
statement taking issuo with Governor
AVoodrow Wilson, nnd declnrlnc that hU
views on free trade and protection vverc;
to bo measured by tho effect on bus'
ncBi conditions. Chairman Hilles
J. see It is intimated bv Governor
Wilson that tho Kepublicnn party fe
trving to evade diseussions on the
It pecms to me that in that resnect
tho 'boot is on the other leg.' I have
yet to find in any of tlie Democratic
speeches a clear definition of what they
propose to do in regard to the tariff,
if they control tho government.
'I think it is becoming clenr to thf
business community and to the
tlint wasting their votes on the
Third Parly candidates is just as dangerous
to tho preservation of tho protective
principle ns voting directly for
tho opposition candidates,"
AMOY. .Chlua, September 27.
to The Advertiser! Defeat has
been inflicted on tlie Chinese
nient troops by tho robels nt Hinghwn,
to the north of this city, In the province
of Fukieu, Tlio fighting lusted
IS ROOSEVELT MAN.
MADISON, Wlsconiln, September 27.
(Ily Apf luted rv Cable) Governor
MfOovcrn uniiniiiiffd todny tint
he would vote for Itooiftveit.
SCK! WjpRr FY
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, Tuesday, orronm i, 1012. SEStI WEEKLY.
uleimli hss Enroute With Investigation Party on Hawaii TURKEY ABLE TO
distinguished T BULGARIA
Foreign Minister Utters Words
GUESTS of .Warning to 'Balkan
Secretary Fisher and Party
Spend Some Hours at
Summit and Shiver.
WILL RETURN TO CITY TODAY
Specific Charges Against Frear
Be Taken Up at Next
(By Kahuku Wireless.)
WAILUKU, -Maui, September 27.
(Special to Tlie Advertiser) Secro
tary Fisher, Governor Vicar niul tlieir
party, perched on the lan crags at tlio
brink of tlic dead crater of Ilnlcnknln,
watched tins morning's sun rise anil
flood tlio interior of the crntcr with
multicolored limits. Tlio trip to the
summit had been made in tlio very
carl morning from Olinda, which the
party had reached by automobile tlio
night before, hating left the boat at
JlcGregor's Landing from the steamer
Kilancn. The air at the top of tlio big
mountain was rnvv, mill very chilly, but
tho sight was deemed worth the long
liorsoback ride over the rough trail and
tho coldness of tho early morning.
Itcturning from tho summit, tho Sec
ictary and party breakfasted at Ohn
da, then visited the Kaupakalua
BiBiaisisK saBaR. V t JaHaaU taaaaaEaaaaaiW 3l iS 5i $itf e&tB rvSQI VjHtI
SECRETARY FISHER AND PARTY AT RESIDENCE OF TO, O. OGO, TAHALA.
Tho Fisher party, just uftor a jQidsid
A WAYSIDE REST,
lunch on tho Walohinu sidq of tho Knu lava flows.
The Governor, Secretary Mott-Smith, t -o Delegate, Secretary Fisher and Mrs. Fisher, on observation car, Hilo Railroad.
ON SHIP IS GIRL
I)jr Federal Wirclesi Telegraph.)
SAN FBANCISCO, September 27.
(Specinl to Tho Advertiser) The
steamer Roanoke, sailing todny for
Northern ports, carried on board in tho
person of Kdith V. Coombs, aged nineteen
years, the first woman wireless
tologrnpher to leave Sin Francisco.
Miss Coombs was formerly a stenographer
in tho ofllco of Superintendent
It. V. Cndinus, of tlio wireless service
in tho custom house, and sho improved
her timo there by studying wireless tele,
(tlr Federal VVireleil Telegraph )
MANY TOURISTS ON
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Septembor 27.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) With 2G0
cabin passengers, twenty-five second-class
travolors, nnd 220 Asiatics, tho
Htenuihliip Teuyo Maru of the Japanese
line, Captain miner, Bailed for the .bar
East, via Honolulu at noon today.
'llio passengers included a large num
ber ot tourists, among them being
HEDGES NOMINATED FOR
GOVERNOR OF NEW YORK
Tly Federal Wircleaa Telegraph.)
SARATOGA, New York, September
27. (Special to Tho Advertiser) Job
E. Hedges of Nejv York city was nominated
for Govornor of Now York by tho
Republican State convention here today,
on tlio third ballot. Tames M.
Wadsworth, Jr., was nominated for
lieutenant-governor, without opposition.
(Be Federal Wirelesa Telegraph.)
PARIS, France, Septembor 27
to Tho Advertiser) Tho first
ever hold of a complete noroplano
irnmdq took placo this morning in
Villa Coublny, near Paris.
Seventy-two French armv flying ma
chines, with their full complements of
BASEBALL PLAYERS ,
(llr rederat WlieleM Jeletraph.)
CHICAGO, September 27.-(Special
to The Advertiser) "If any member
of the 'Cubs' does not'liku the prohibition
clausa in our contracts, nnd
this opinion either privately or
to tho uuwrjinpers, 1 vrill make it a
point to trude him off."
With words, Charles W. Mup
phy, owner of the Chicago National
league Club, reiterattd bis command
that Ids athletes mutt nlntaln from
llnuuri and cigarettes and
liu to bed curly.
(Dj- Federal Wireless Teleeraph )
CONSTANTINOPLE. SciiteniLcr 27.
fSpcc nl to The AdvortUcr) The
unlkun -Mountain war situation has ts
center in Sofia, in tho opinion of tlio
Turkish foreign minister.
"I havo no rcmon to doubt the peaceful
intention of tho Bulgarian cabinet,
and, while Bulgaria retnins n peaceful
nituuue, me oilier ilnlknn states will
doubtless do likcwjse. Sould the agitation
in Hulgnrin overcome the government's
restraint, how over, Turkey will
no nme to proicct nor Integrity and independence."
The foreign minister gae further as-
siirniice of tho Porto's determination
to introduce reforms in all parts of tho
Kmpire, and said that foreign advertisers
would be engaged for tho reorganization
of the central and provincial
KILL WOMEN AND CHILDREN.
(By Federal Wireless Teleeraph.)
LONDON, September 27. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) A dispatch to tho
Tunes from Lonstancinopic says tlio
Turkish tioops in the Island of Sunos
got out of control today nnd killed
mnny women and children. Much apprehension,
tho dispatch adds, is felt
on account of the agitation of tho Bulgarian
The Bulgarian minibtcr in Constantinople
has nsKcd for nn explanation of
the concentration of Turkish troops in
Adrianople, according to a Constantinople
dispatch to the Daily Telegraph.
He uns informed that they were thero
merely for maneuvers.
The boiief in Constantinople,
er, is that preparations aro being
made for war, and that the two hundred
thousand men under nrms in tho
Adrianople district wil bo under tho
personal direction of the war minister,
who recently declared that tho reorganization
of the army was bo complete
that ho could assume tho responsibility
of defeating Bulgaria.
THREE MEN ARE SHOT;
MARTIAL LAW DECLARED
AUGUSTA, Maine, September 28.
(By Associated Press Cable) Threo
mon wcro shot here today by militiamen
during a riot by street car strikers.
Tho situation is serious. The governor
nns proclaimed martial Jaw lor this district.
REBEL GENERAL SHOT
IN MEXICAN BATTLE
DOUGLAS, Arizona, Soptember 27.
(By Associated Press Cablo) Tho
rebel gencralAlojandreiVcfta has been
shot whilo fighting under tho vynlls of
La Ley Fuga. -
ACROSS U. S. TERRITORY.
MEXICO CITY, September 27. (By
Associated Press Cable) Tho Mexican
congress has authorized Mndero to
request tltnt ho Jnay bo allowed to
transport federnlroops through American
MAY TELL OF OLD
(Ur Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON. September 27.
(Special to The Advortiser) Senator
Clapp, of Minnesota, chairman of the
sennte committee investigating cam
paign contributions and expenditures,
today received a telegram irom Cor
nelius N. Bliss, Jr., saying ho would be
in Washington on Monday prepared to
testify when tho commlttco resumes its
Ho will be questioned ns to somo papers
loft by his father, treasuror of the
Republican national committoo, bearing
on campaign contributions, in 1004.
ARMY OFFICERS ARE
DETAILED TO 0AHU
Br Federal Wireless 'Telerrarjh.)
WASHINGTON, September 27.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Cnpt.
Charles S. Lincoln, Second Infantry, is
relieved from duty in tho Army War
College, and on December 1 will sail
from San Franchco for Honolulu.
Captain Campbell King, First Infan
try, is rolleved from duty in the Armv
wur college, UUU vu nuvcmuci u nm
sail from San Francisco for Honolulu.
CRUISER ORDERED TO
party of motor trucks bearing supplies from ler Washington. S'
ll.,.,fnr ,,,i in ,!.!. i,.fn n.
French Minister of War, Alexandre
Tho airmen and their craft had just
returned from the great maneuvers at
which they had achieved many triumphs.
iM. ,tt ,
CHINA COAST PORT
(Ttv Federal Wireless Teleeraph.)
WASHINGTON, September 27.
(Special to The Advertiser) Navy department
officials believe that the cruiser
Cincinnati .of the Asiatic fleet, ordered
to Foochow, has gone there in response
to a call for protection of citizens
of the United States. Admiral
Nicholson gave no details with a report
no oraers wero sent
TROUBLE IN BELFAST.
BELFAST, Ireland, September 27.
(By Associated Press Cable) Tho
troops nro confined to their barracks,
hold in readiness for the possible outbreak
of civil war tomorrow, which is
ALLEGED ROBBER CAUGHT.
St. LOUIS. Missouri, September 27.
(By Associated Press Cable) J. C.
Addnms, who Is charged with robbing
tho Now Westminster bank of $320,000
early in 1012, was arrested here todav.
Don't waste your money buying
strengthening plasters. Chamberlain'
Pain Balm Is cheaper and better
Dampen a picco of flannel with it and
bind it over the affected parti nnd It
will relieve the pain and soreness. For
alo by all deafen, Benson, (Jinltli A
Co., Ltd., agenti for Hairall,
IN JM BY
Heart-Rending Calamity Visits
Island Empire; Death in
TIDAL WAVE IS DESTRUCTIVE
Property Loss Twenty Million
Dollars Nippon's Year
(Iljr Federal Wireless Telerraph.)
TOKIO, Japan, September 27.
to Tlio Advertiser) Hundreds of
lives were lost, scores of persons woro
injured and damage exceeding $20,000,-000
was caused as n result of tho typhoon
which swept Japan from end to
end on Sunday, according to the latost
reports received here today.
Tens of thousands of persons aro
homeless. The storm was tho worst
that has occurred in Japan for over
half a century. Reports wero delayed
by the fact thnt,the capital was for
days cut off frflm tho rest of tho country.
Tho greatest dnmnge was done in tho
neighborhood of tlio cities of Nagoya,
ira and Osaka, on the island of Honda,
and in Gifu. In Gifu, 202 persons
wero killed and 2S3 injured. In
ovory house was damaged and a
great tidal wave demolished the liar-Lor
and sank threo steamers, whilo
others went ashore. The steamship
Kioto Maru foundered off Enshu, nnd
all tho "passengers nnd eieiv wore lost.
In Osaka, 20,000 houses were ruined
and all tho breakwaters Hnd tho
piers wero washed away.
In Nara tho thousand-year old
Bhrino collapsed into a heap of.
ruins. Crops suffered severely everywhere.
TOKIO, September 27. (By Asso;
dated Press Cable) Hundreds havo
been killed and injured and many
thousands rendered homeless by tho
great typhoon which swept tho
length of the empire, devastating tho
country and wrecking populous cities.
The government is taking energetic
measures to care for the injured and
those who havo lost their all, but in
many places all lines of communication
Have been destroyed and it has boon
impossible to forwnrd supplies. Tho
suffering among the poor is intonso.
IS RENEWED AGAIN
(By Federal Wireless Teleeraph.)
27. (Special to Tho
Tho second general strike within
a year began in tho Lawrence toxtiio
mills today when more than 12,000 operatives
abandoned their machines.
The stiike is a protest against the imprisonment
of Joseph J. Ettor and
Giovannitti. Four mills owned by
tho Amorican. Woollen Company aro
the most seriously affected.
Sovernl hundred operatives irom
other mills also joined tho movement.
Tho entire police force was ordered on
duty, but no serious disturbances havo
occurred, although several arrests woro
WOULD BAR OUT ALL
rw Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
BRISBANE, Queensland, Septembor
27. (Special to Tho Advertiser) Tho
timber dealers of this state aro peti
tioning tho federnl covornment to in-
quire' into tho timber industry with a
view to placing an import amy on an
timber entering tho commonwealth.
The object of the timber-getters is to
restrict the importation of Japancso
and Asiatic timber, which is produced
by cheap labor and has a detrimental
effect on tho homo industry.
WILSON ATTACKS TEDDY.
BOSTON Massachusetts, September
27, (By Associated Press Cablo) Oov.
Woo'drow Wilson, Democratic candidato
for President, scnthingly attacked
Rooesvelt in a speech hero today. Ho
said: "Roosovelt did an illegal thing,
in ordor to build up irresistible powor,
When ho permitted the steel trust to acquire
tho Tennessee Coal &. Iron plants.
WARN NON-UNION MEN.
Hy Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
BINGHAM, Utah, September 27.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) To pro-vent
nn attempt of the copper mino operators
to import non-union men, notices
are being sent nil over the West
today by the Western Federation of
Miners warning laborers to stay away
from Bingham. The camp remains
quiet and both operators and striking
miners seem to bo "beating time."
WOULD TAKE A CHANCE.
H. M. Ayres, the local fight promoter,
last night announced himself ns willing
to run as the Democratic candidate for
the office of clork in opimsition to David
Kiilauoknlaul the present
Mr. Ayres figures that with tho
Deniocrntic landslide and his ubility
to get votes among tho sporting
nlty, lie will navo n naming cnuncn ui
winning out in the November election.
Jurors for the case of the United
States vs. IMwurd Mitchell, charged
somo months ago with nmuggllng Rin
Into the Territory, havo been secured
and tho ease will be tried Monday
iiiorniug at half-past nlue Member
of the petit jury which will servo aro
Allan McKlniioii, llarrv .1. Auld. How
urd Ilowoii, W W (loodule, Jamra
Wilder, JuniM 0. Spencer, IM. I(. Fur
imnilei, II. Kubey, C A. I'miii O. A.
Walker, M. Vleiia, diiorge H HurrH
u.j . jfejjt'!., . jj '.. t)ttnJJi,