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(Ilr Feler1 Wlrtleti T1pph.)
WASHINGTON, October 5. t3pccll
to Tho Advertiser) A dispatch from
Bear Admiral Southerland late today
"gives t!ie names of the four marines
killed in tho fight with Nicaraguan
rebch, and announces that Lieutenant
Colonel Long, With 1000 men and blue
jackets from the cruisers. California
and Colorado, arc moving on Leon, the
remaining Tcbol strongho'il. me ma
tines killed in yesterday's fight were:
The nine marines wounded . will recover.
Admiral Southerland 's dispatch dated
"Barranca nml Second Hill taken by
mnrincs and bluejackets at daybreak,
after a gallant assault. Masaya later
taken liv Nieoragunn government forces
and starving iniintmnnts relieved, insurrectionists
' losses were heavy.
(Tlv PwUrnl Wlrrlraa Telnrranh.l
WASHINGTON, October 5. (Special
to The Advertiser) Four United State
mnrines wero killed and six. wounded
IYiday, when tho United States forces
took tho town of Coyotcpo from the
Nicaraguan rebels, according to acable
gram received early today by Minister
Castrilla, from Chamorro, minister of
foreign affairs in Nicaragua.
The cablegram to Minister Castrilla,
dated Managua, October i, was as follows:
. " Masaya taken today by assault.
Wo had hundreds dead, 200 wounded.
TTnltn1 States marines earlv took Coyo
tcpo with four dead and six oundedJ
Carres' simultaneously took uairaua.
Rebel Leader Killed.
"Zcledou fied with his followers
and was captured eight leagues from
Masaya, wounded, and died later. To-.day
I visitetl tho United States legation
to express deepest sympathy lor
marines' death. Granada municipality
requested marines' bodies for burial in
that city. 2. beg you express to tho department
of state my deep sympathy.
(Signed) "Minister of Foreign Affairs
Zeledon, spoken of in the cablegram,
is a rebel gcnoral, a Honduran, in tho
employ of General Menu, tho fallen
dictator, recently captured and taken
to Panama for exile.
Many Marines Landed.
Tho last Army and Navy Journal received
tells of tho situation in "Nicaragua,
Dispatches received at Washington,
D. C, September 19, from BearAamiral
W. II.- II. SouthcTland, U. S. N., commanding
the American forces at
indieato that a clash between
American marines and Nicaraguan
rebels, is imminent. Marines are approaching
Granada, the rebel stronghold,
from the capital, Managua, and
Gen. Luis Mena has threatened to attack
them when they come within
range of his gunB. Rear-Admiral
Southerland, with Mnjor McKelvey and
two companies of mnrincs and a detachment
of bluejackets, on September
10 joined tho battalion- of mnrines under
Major Butler that was fired upon
nnd halted by rebels in Masaya
15 while attempting to carry a train
over tho National Railway from Ma
nagua to Grannda to relieve tho
French school for girls
at the latter place.
Admiral Southeiland is expected to
uso whatever force may be necessary
to open up tho railway and reach Granada.
There nro said to be a number
of American girls n the Freneh lnsti'
Butler decided to await tho arrival' of
Now thnt Admiral Sonthorland is on
tho scene ndditionnl men nn immediate
advance is looked for. Tho U. S.
8. Cleveland landed 1C9 bluejackets nt
Corinto September 17. There ore now
2,340 American marines and bluejackets
bo ilno to her desire to nvnid ilieplent'
ing her millions of Mnnlcm subjects.
Qemiany and Russia Agree.
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HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1912. SEMI -WEEKLY.
LOSE FOUR MEN
mountain fortress of El Kabcl
Prttzoraa, Details nro monger.
It is reported thai tho Turkish garrison
nas massacred. Reports received
here b courier state that tho Turks
were surprised and slnujhteicil by the
.'.iilgMnrns before thoy had nn opportune
to res st. The death list is
m.uUU at from 300 to 800.
War not Declared.
(tty Fwlrl Winieu Ttletraph.)
SOFIA, Bulgaria, October S.
to The" Advertiser) King
nan of Bulgaria, in a speech delivered
today at tho opening or parliament,
briefly to tho military monsurcs
taken by thqjovornment, and said that
ho and his ministers relied on tho
TcprecntAtivcs doing their duty.
As today is the anniversary of tho
proclamation of independence from
Turkey, tho mooting of tho extraordinary
session of tho Sobrnnjo, or parliament,
was awaited with somo
as it had been reported that
war would be declared.
The deputies, however, merely ap
proved tho proclamation of martial law,
.inn procceueu wiwi oincr icgisiiuiuu,
made necessary by tho mobilization of
Tho Kuropean Powers have, advised
the Balkan Mountain States not to
withdraw their representatives from
Constantinople, pending the result of
the steps being taken by tuo ambassadors.
NEW YORK, October 5. (By Associated
Press Cable) Members of tho
reserves of tho Grecian army to tho
number of C400 have engaged passage
hero to proceed to Greeco and tnko part
in the struggle in which their country
SAN FRANCISCO, October 5. (Spo
Ho put in a short timo in his editorial
sanctum and left nt noon for Oyster
While passing through tho Pennsyl
vania Railroad station to his
.bile, Colonel Roosevelt saw a woman
carrying a babo ana accompanied oy
live other children, all under ten years
Colonel Roosevelt stopped to question
her, and when ho learned that sho was
a widow and tho solo support of her six
imall children, ho gave her a word of
encouragement and handed her a greenback.
The woman was Mrs. Ellen Hunter.
Sho said she was about to sail with her
children for Scotland.
(By FederM wireless TeierrnDn.)
OMAHA, Nebrneka, Octobor 5.
Special to The Advertiser) Governor
Woodrow Wilson of "New Jersey ar
rived in Omaha this morning, being
greeted by an enthusiastic gathering.
The Governor slept peacefully
through n last night. A
freight engino side-swiped tho rear of
the observation car in his train and
the car in which Governor Wilson was
sleeping was slightly damaged. Ho did
not know of the accident until informed
of it this morning.
After a brief address at the City
Hall here, Governor Wilson addressed
rue siuuenis ox uruiguiuu uuivuian.
(Br Federal Wirelns Telegraph.)
BEVERLY, Massachusetts, October 5.
(Special to tho Advertiser) The
Summer Capitol officially will bo a lonely
place foT the next two wooks. President
Tnft left today on a six day
automobile trip through Vermont and
Whan Inst heard fmrn. Major New Hampshire, and will rest in Bover-
Butler, af tcr retiring before tho rebel Jy only a few hours on his return
had warned General Zeledon, the ,f ore ho boards the Mayflower to review
insurrectionist leaner, tu.ii. ms uuji;ti. tin imtw lorn wiu juiijtot ucui uu
was to open the railroad peaceably, but sembled in American waters.
ho would advaneo with his marines if The Teturn from New York will bo
another nttompt were made to stop tho made by way of Worcester, Massachu
min A rnnfrrenco had been arranged i setts, whero ho has a sncakinir cnongO'
for. nnd it is supposed that Major Irnent on October 10 and tho President
will have only ten days more vacation
in Beverly before he journeys soutU'
waTd fofthe winter.
Mrs. Tnft will nccompany tho Presl
dent on practically all of theso trips.
NEW YORK, October 5. (By Asso
ciated Press Cablo) Jack Zclie, tho
distributed between Corinto nnd Gra-1 East-side gambler nnd thug, who
- led to tho district attorney in regard to
) tho police graft nnd his kuowlcdgo of
(By Fedfrl Wirelwt Telfcrar.) ; tlic men who muruereu Herman uoseu
PARIS, October 5. (Special to The thai, the boss gambler, was yesterday
Advertiser) Neither England nor Aus-1 snot clown and kiiicci. iins muruor,
trla has yet announced ndherenco to following tho murder of Rosenthal nnd
rrance's project of intervention in tho! the attempted poisoning of his widow,
Balknn Mountnln States' trouble. I "as created n tremendous sensation,
t i. M,n,.,Ti.t iim trint tlin nolnt at ' int taken as nn evidence of tho
ihleh tho Powers may be divided innte lengths tho ones back of tho
tbel effort to nvert war is the exnet ing are prepared to go to snvo Police
form uhleh Intervention is to tnko. Lieutenant Becker nml tho four othors
while Ore-it Britain's hesitancy mny ,necucd of the Rosenthal murder.
Zeliir was one of tho notorious
Hi-tern, himself iipertrd of n number
of grave crinict, including murder.
Ytunro't uu.reiiion has neeu raiwieu i i. virrl.i ivir.in.. T.i,Rii
bv Itmslii nnd Oeniinny. It includes AMOV. China, October
n eolleciUi) roprfuntiitioii reproving n0 The Adverser) ThnuUo suerlfico
tho warlike attitudi! of tho Jlulkun I Kuropean liviui in J'ouchotv havo breu
latfi toward Turkey, nml nxirping; utUTed by (Iiiut:iI Puiij, uiilens his
iu imf to permit ter- jiuuii.l for tuuU (uliout
chKngKs, wliilo the J'unr 000) Sum tho nutlioritltM nro ncutxlod
prainltu to iiiidorlaku iiihiiiioivd iimim, Thf muiliious Irouti with (itmornl
rsalualioii of fliu MhcwIoiiImii ryfornts.
Vrtmm I'oliieiilre pi 'riicti mul ear-plus
Hiironiiir, Hit) IIhhIhii uruJgn
fonftirritil ngniii twiit)', hi lutur
lbs ti)inUir ut )ltilynrli, tlrMMv Biid
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Or Frdrrt! Whelm Tclctroph )
Octobor 5. '(Special to Tho Ad
vortiser) Tho Turkish demon
strators smashed tho windows
of tho Itnlinn embassy and tho
Greek consulato Friday evening.
The police dispersed tho crowd.
Tho Sultnn said today: "Allah
will not permit our Fatherland
to bo trnmnlod on by a few
I mtcs. I am confident that Allah
I is with us, in whose keeping wo
(Ttr FwltriO WlrelcM Teltfijaph V .
NEW YOBK. October 5. (Spocinl to
Tho Advertiser) Tho probable retire
ment of Whitclaw Hcut, tho uniiou
States ambassador to Groat Britain, is
announced in nn Interview published in
tho Now iork Times today.
Ambassador Iioid arrived in New
York yesterday for a short visit. Tho
Times says tho ambassador was asked
if tho report was correct that ho
intended to rctiro from the diplomntlo
service goon, and ho replied:
1 ' I mny do bo, as I have bocn thinking
seriously of coining back to this
country to live"
TAMPA ALARMED AT
OUTBREAK OF MURDER
(B Asaocltted Press Cable.)
TAMPA, Florida, October S. Eight
assasinations, six of which woro of
women, and twentyono fires within n
period of fourteen days liavo caused
a reign of torror here. Tho criminal is
still uncaught nnd unidentified.
Tutev l(lu l'r MMtr HWIMIIlitf l Iuum imy.
HSMliuH (liI.. lui Turtib liutk ! Iiuh.uiiII)
Hull til llili iik'U'lgulc III liilmll
siivi.litiy iu lli I ..um Hjiill. 'flu
linllali jii) ifuini ni II I mill Ii I- i
mi liUiutiiy !' I'll1) i -I it ulu Iu
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cial to Tho Advertiser) Army oflicers i ipTnM fj I TRY
r i. ...-...-.. .ii;!.. ,.:i.i WILL. I II I
11UI1I liii: ncaiuiM u.tioiuu oi.iivu
Honolulu on the transport Logan today
to net as umpires and observers in tho
army mnncuvcrs of tho department of
Hawaii, soon to be held on tho Island
Among tho officers on the Logan aro
Maj. Georgo Blakeloy, Coast Artillery
Corps; Capt. Wilson E. Burtt, Twentieth
Infantry; Capt. Morton F. Smith,
Twentieth Infantry; Capt. Herbert .T.
Urees, Cavalry, and Lieut. .Maxwell
Murray, Coast Artillery Corps.
Mai. Julius A. Penn, First Infantry,
is nmonc tho passengers en routo to
join his now regiment in Schofiold Barracks,
to which he has been recently assigned.
llv Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
NEW YORK, October D. (Special to
The Advertiser) Colonel Roosevelt arrived
in New York at half-past seven
o'clock this from Washington.
AGAIN FOR SILVERWARE
llv Ancnrlxlftil Press Cattle.)
IiIVEBFOOL, October C Sir Thomas
Liptontoday sailed for Now York
for the pufposo of issuing anothor challenge
for a scries of yacht Taces for
possession of the America cup, now hold
by tho "United States.
BOURBONS HOT ON THE
In order not to nllow tho seed of contentment
sown last Priday by tho. Republican
candidates nt Knncobo to tako
much of a hold on tho fertilo minds of
the oters of that section of tho country,
tho Democratic ofiico seekers started
out yesterday afternoon dctormined
in undoing tho work their rivals had
It is tho purpose of tho Bourbons to
thus follow up tho Republicans
thov co nnd convince tho .elector-
ato, if possible, that though they aro
perhaps a trillo slow in getting nrounu
yet it is tho Inst say that counts.
Intent in accompiiuning tnis ena, two
machine loads of the faithful stormed
windward Oahu yesterday and during
tho evening held opposition meeting to
tho Republicans' gathered at the Hauula
DE PALMA DITCHED
CAR BADLY HURT
fTty Aaaoclnted Press Cable.)
MILWAUKEE, Wisconsin, Octobor
5. Caleb Bragg, driving a Fiat car,
'today won tho Grand Prix raco of 409
miles, averaging sixty-eight and a half
miles an hour.
Ralph Do Pnlma, winner of tho Elgin
raco and ono of the greatest drivers
living, nas soriously injured when his
car was ditched. Both of his legs wero
UO WORKING FDR
THE STRAIGHT TICKET
Also Repeating the Faked Up
Yarn Regarding Candidacy
of J. M. Dowsett.
(rrom Sunday Advertiser)
Highly elated over tho success of
their meeting nt Kuneoho last Priday
afternoon, the Republican candidates
started out again yesterday morning
on the second' leg of their trip around
Loaving headquarters at nine o'clock
in tho morning, three machino loads
of candidates and their managers started
out for Pearl City, whero tho first
meeting was hold. As stated in yesterday's
Advertiser, tho G. O. P. were
taking advantngo of the pay day that
is coming to the road laborers in tho
different districts, and this perhaps accounts
for tho large gathering that met
tho spcakors nt tho several stopping
Kuhio was tho main speaker, and
at tho different places whero hq addressed
tho voters ho asked them to
vote tho straight ticket. Spoaking of
Candidate Dowsett, tho Princo advised
tho Ilawniinns to vote for Dowsett, ns
ho was his friend. Explaining tho rea
son for Dow sett's having opposed him
as n enndidato for tho ilcfcgnteihlp,
Kuhlo repeated tho story ovldciit'y
agreed upon, that it hud all beon
n mUiinilorstunillng; thnt Don sett
thought Kuhlo did not iutom! to run,
nnd that as tho next best man ho had
camp out for tho ofllro,
IVom Pourl City tho candidates wont
to nml after meeting larga
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Join With Home Rulers in Advising
Defeat of Managers
Running for Office.
(Mail Special to Tho Advertiser)
IIILO, October 4. That this is the
opca eenson for plantation managers is
tho belief of the Big Island Democrats
nnd Homo Rulers, ns evidenced by tho
trend of tho speeches made nt the
rally of tho fuslonists at Moohcau
Park on Thursday evening. All the
speakers took n crack at tho corporations,
ono of them ngain advancing the
Pncheco, enndidato for suporlsor, made
the keynote address, saying, in part:
"We luivo plantation- managers ns
school commissioners, liquor licenso coin
missioncrs nnd bolt rond commissioners,
nnd at last it is proposed that you by
your votes piaco on tho honrd of super
visors of our county plantntinn man
ngcrs. Thus wo ha"v Mr. Ross, of
Ilnkalnu, nnd Alircus, of llninnkua, in
tho field secklnc your voteR. If you
wish to folloV the precepts of Goernor
Trcar, who labors under tho delusion
that plantation managers should govern
tho Territory nnd our county affairs,
elect Mr. Ross, who will probably have
a partner on the board in tho "person
of Ahrcns of Ilamakua, nnd you will
then have two plantation malingers to
rnnnngo your county nffnirs.
"The planters control tho sennto and
tho houso of representatives, nnd now
thcy seek to hnvc a hand nt what ro
mains, namely, cmr county affairs.
Should you elect Ross; it is only a step
ping slono to plantation control of our
A Fruitful Marriage.
"Senator Brown is Mr. Ross.' running
mate. Ho has boon in tho sonnto for
the last 'ten years, and tho only thing
no over accomplished was to fall in
lovo with Governor Froar, in fact mar
ried him, and tho result of this love
affair nnd lunrringo wns tho ncnuirinc
by Brown of n lot nt Wnlnltoa
tor a song, jr you elect Brown, ho will
likely have tho opportunity of getting
his laborors from our rond board to
finish his contract. If you elect him to
stay at home, it will nloan dollars in
your pocket nnd a Bcrvico yon do our
"Should you elect Brown nnd Ross,
it is dollnrs to doughnuts that Brown
will be ns helpless as a child; for Ross
and Alirens will control him body nnd
soul, and it is safo to say that you will
probably seo our county tools and machinery
loaned to Brown in payment for
his beinc a cood little bov who docs
just what ho is told to do by Ross and
"I introduco my opponents as good
citizens, and I ask you to vote for them
if you believo they can consistently
mnnago your county affnirs, regardless
of tho pressure of their own individual
interests and thoso whoso slaves thoy
Belt Boad Spondlngs.
Kalaiwaa, of Wniakcn, spoko of the
bitterness of having tho $000,000 belt
road monoy spent by others than the
supervisors. Senator Baker referred
proudly to himself as tho father of tho
which got to third reading before dy
ing, ana promised to reintroduce the
hill if reelected.
D. E. Mctzgcr, enndidato for tho son-ate,
said that tho objoct of his candidacy
was not to got title to his Wain
ken lot, becauso ho would get that
whether ho ran or not, but to advance
tho interests of tho common people. He
wns in favor of tho two-dollar-a-day
bill, becauso tho cost of living had gone
up and tho laborers needed tho monoy.
Ben Ah Leon wns tho last sneaker.
his brightest romnrk being that "nH
mo speccucs navo Deen on now, vo
topics, liko tho GoBpel."
KUIA CORN CROP
BRINGS GOOD .PRICE
(Mail Special to Tho Advertiser)
KULA, Maui, October 4. Tho new
crop of corn is now being harvested.
The price asked by tho farmers for this
corn is $1.80 and knmaataas say that
thik is tho best price on record for now
corn. Tho potato crop is also small this
yenr; but; however, a Japanese farmer
has succeeded in harvesting about 200
bags of potatoes which he is holding
on to for better prices.
S. T. Stnrrctt wns in Kula last week
to encojirngo tho farmers to plant
onions, and to Introduco an early variety
of corn. Thnnhs to our Inst legislature
for having created this offico,
Mr. Ht arret t has dono mora for tho
Kula farmers in ono year thnn tho
experiment stntion in Honolulu lias
dono Iu ten.
A number of rltlrens nnd
hold ii melting this wi'olc to confer
about the water rates of tho Kula
tor system, nnd judging from tlm sentiment
expressed I'V nil thosn preinnt, it
is apparent limt tnrri) is much mssiitiS'
number of tlio Wnlalim olnetornto, tfi f'r"nn """""''Ing tlio nil..
. i 'I ItAW Iia iii urdlAfiil lir.tar.k a I ilni
crowd proroedod to lliiuula, wlmro a
inousier inau wns iiwuiting uitir r
rlvul. A largo giilhorlng, wlilcli Is th"
umiil tiling wluui a Iumii Is in prorosi,
IJttunid in Iho iloRlriiK jirwinhidl ly
most ol tho rumllilati'i, ami uftr tliros
lirmr of UMlortiiliiuioiil of this milure
They aro t'ry grutoful, howmcr, to
govi riiiin'iit (or iiuving iipprniiriHioii
n largp sum of nioney to niukn lliu y
stein u sui'CiMM, yni tliny fm) thnt Iho
mica nro iimiuiy nign, mm inui tnnrfi
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SIX DAYS MORE TO
ENROLL AS A VOTER
Six days only remain
tho Great Register is closed,
nnd then tho qualified votor who
has fnilcd without good excuso
to put hla name on this book,
will not bo privileged to cast a
ballot on November B.
Up to yesterday afternoon,
6700 voters had bocn registered.
Tho voters aro beginning to
come in in groups nnd nro now
compelled to lino up In tho city
clerk's olHce. Had thoy present-
cd themselves nt tho offico nt
any timo during tho past half-
year thoy would havo been look-
cd nftcr immediately by tho
glster clerk nnd would havo lost
Tho Groat Register closes Oc-
Mrs. Parker-Smart Adds Small
Kingdom to Great Estate
With tho discontinuance of tho suit
of Emily D'llcrblny ngalnst Chnrlcs
McComber, devisee of tho estate of tho
Into Colonel Norns, lor payment oi two
promissory notes amounting to $30,000,
comes tho information that tho Norrls
property amounting to 180,000 acres and
better known ns tho Knhuku ranch has
been sold to Hrs. Thelma
owner of tho great Parker much, for
Both wero effected yesterday morning.
Di"coiitinunneo papers in tho suit
of Mmlamo DMiormny, comniencou
twenty years ago during tho lifetime of
tho colonol, wero fllcil in tho offico of tho
clerk of tho circuit court yesterday
morning, tho plaintiff, a former
of tho colonel, having settled her
claim with tho doviseo of tho estate for
$5250. At tho snmo timo tho uoea
transferring the Knhuku rnnch from
tho hands oi .nincomuor to Aiireu v.
Cnrlcr. trustee for Mrs.
wns made rondy for recording and filed
by Kinney, l'rossor, Anucrson nnu
Tho involved property contains an
approximate aren of 180,000crcs situated
on tho slopes of jtauna Loa in
Kau, Hawaii. Much of tho property is
wasto land, but tho rest is vory fertile.
UUTing 1110 111"" Ul ViUIUUUI A-.V...O, ,,..
resided on tho property nt tho timo of
tho Civil War, tho place wns nuowcu io
run down on nccount of tho occontric
hnbits of its owner, who became a byword
in tho Territory for his peculiar
BefoTo coming to Hawaii, while ho
wn till n resident of Now York, Col
onel Norris met Miss D'Herblay nnd n
strong friendship Bprnng up uetwoon
them. Later, after the colonol hnd como
to Ilnwnii, the suit for payment of tho
notes was filed nnd hotly contested by
tho colonel who nvorred thnt tho woman
was nn impostor and not tho original
Judgment for tho plaintiff wns obtained
and when tho colonol failed to
pay tho notes, suit wns ngnin brought,
on default of payment. On July 14,
1010, tho colonol died nnd tho suit was
continued ngainst wjnium mmm,
of tho cstnto. Howitt
tho nronertv to Charlos Macomb-
or, who was mndo sole doviseo when
Judgo Cooper obtained an option on tho
property a mouwi ""k k"
transferred his option to Mr. Cnrtor,
clearing several thousand dollars by tho
Mnpnmbcr later nrrancod a
mlso with Mndnmo D'llcrblny for her
claims which resulted m the discontinuance)
of hor suit in tho Now York
courts; ho then mado a prlvato
with tho heirs of tho col
onel, who nro in uonmarit, nnu transferred
tho cstato to Mrs.
through Mr. Cnrtor, for $90,000.
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