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Colima State of Jalisco, Mexico,
Sprqads Destruction for
REFUGEES BY TRAIN LOAD
Country Covered With Coating
of Hot Ashes; Loss of
!Dr T(dral Wireless Telejr.pb.)
GUADAIAJARA, Mexico, January
21. (Special to Tho Advertiser Tho
volcano of Colima is again In eruption.
Tlio loss of Ufo In tho remoter districts
la reported heavy. Refugees from points
nearer at hand tell of tho destruction
of cities and towns and tho wiping out
of entire haciendas.
Tho town of Zapotlan, on tho shores
of a mountain lalto of tho samo name,
is reported to have been Inundated by
a great wavo created by tho seismic
One train, a string of box cars, has
arrived here crowded with women and
children, -who renort the tracks as be
ing rapidly covered with volcanic ashes,
even where the rails aro not ripped
from the ties by tho f roquent tremblors.
Streams of lava came from tho volcano
In tho first state of tho eruption,
followed by heavy clouds of sand and
ashes. Aches drift for scores of miles,
blanketing tho sun 'and covering tho
land with a thick hot coat. .
The damage is estimated to havo been
heaviest In tho regions southeast of tho
volcano, ns a gale was blowing 'from
tho northwest when the first disturb-
The sand is now settling on this city,
a hundred miles from tho volcano, and
tho smell of gas Is clearly evident oven
at this dlstanco.
The greatest fears aro felt for tho
' city of Colima, capital of tho stato of
that name, thirty miles southwest of
tho volcano, which lies in tho State of
(Fly Federal Wireless Teleeraph.)
LONDON, January 21. (Special to
Tho Advortiser) Tho Balkan plenipotentiaries
aro making no attempt to
-. conceal their impatience to receive a
reply from Turkey to tho note presented
by the Powers, and reltorato their
firm to prevent Turkoy
from postponing the settlement of the
nrar lomrsr than a week.
Meanwhile tho Allies are occupying
tho time with unofficial conversations.
Twtnr TJaneff. hnad of the Bulgarian
delegation, and M. Venlzelos, Greek
premier, met for this purpose today.
As no arrangements have been made
regarding Salonlca, Greece hopes to
meet with no opposition to retaining
the town when the Bulgarians get
It Is asserted that long cipher messages,
received by Efshld Pasha, Instructed
the Turkish envoys to confer
with Sir Edward Grey, British foreign
secretary, with tho object of obtaining
direct intervention of tho Powers under
the form of mediation or some oth
or means, bo that Turkoy may be saved
tho humiliation of ceding Adrlanople.
(Special Cablo to the- Nippu Jlji.)
TOKIO, "apan, January 21. In order
to reorganize the bureaucratic party
for a decisive flgbt against Seiyu-
Kai on the floor or tue cuamuur
Prince Taro Katsura, tho bureau-
i.l .,.nm!i tn.lav susnondea tlio
Imperial diet for fifteen day, hd
been rumoroo. mat. mu uu ......... --
ordered dispersed,-hut tho promior took
an entirely different course and suspended
its sittings until February 5.
No sooner had the members of tlio
diet gathered for actual work yesterday
than tlio ordor of suspension was
received, thus making it impossible for
tho to carry out tlio plan
to impeach Katsura and his cabinet.
A great sensation was created hero
today when it was learned that seven
leaders of the Nationalist party, Oish ,
Kono, Kato, Taketomi, Minoura, Shi-made
nnd Kntaoka had deserted their
party nnd joined Kutsurn's new pari.
following tho consultations between
Prince Kiitsuru nnd his lieutenants. Viscount
Oura and Baron Goto, tho birth
is to bo
of the new
known us the Constitutional Unionists
party, was formally announced.
Kokumin Shimbun and other organs
of tlio bureaucrats today expressed their
natisfuctiou ut tho successful organization
of Katsura 's new party, rlio
thoy say edltorinlly, marks the
undisputed progress toward
of constitutional government iu
(liy IVder.l Wittiest TlecrtU.)
LI. IAHO,.Toiti, January 21. (8pc
rial to The Advertiser; Inderal confirmation
huh made hero todny of n
rebel defeat Sunday at Ahimuulu,
eighty mile. Mow Junro.
jH'fiul of thi Imttlit were wlril by
wn of I'lilhuiihuii Oily inl Laredo,
'jVitu.. All cuiiiiiiuiilwitloii ha been rut
nut below .lunrM."
Homi- nix liuii'lrod rebel Mtueluvl
AlmmailH, iWfmulod by SOU fdunl
y tie .MwUnn ouwul r.
'"'just Hit) tlwht l tin Mgbl. th
mitir Twenty llilril UatUHoN nrrlvwl
frmn lliii Mlntu kW))JUl. A Wk Mill'';
iwuii. trrM 0B (ill tii ww trJ
i.kiu.1 lli. flJ. mn lti.
HMI4 Mi, Ai wJJ w
iiiilualiiH 1U1 ef AhImU nu, a
li is ditHi iu f4.f) Usm i
ITIt Pulfrsl WlnleM Tflerrb.)
CHARLESTON. South Carolina, January
21. (Special to The Advertiser)
Another tragedy of the sen was recorded
horo yesterday when Captain Reed,
of tbo steamship Duchess I'hcoda, ro
tho sliip went down in tho hope of re
CMAI I MnDTU CtTA IOI AMfl WILSON NOW PROPOSES I
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ntr Federal Wireless Teleeraph.)
BERLIN, Germany, January 21.
(Special to The Advertiser) Tho
budget commission of thc rcichstng has
granted a sum of 244,000 marks for
military buildings on the Island of
Borkum, in the North Sea. This island
is asserted to bo of great stratogle im
NELSON IS RETURNED AS
UNITED STATES SENATOR
vol on, III the snniilu sixty-one. Neloii
A rUPULAH HtUtf'llUN
Says Family Would Attend Such An
Affair, But Not An
(By Tederal Wireless Telsiraph.)
TRENTON. Now Jersoy, January 21.
portance and much nttcntion is boiup Wilson today declared that
Kivcii m mu iiu( ' i" !.. ii urruugciiicniB wore mado for a pop-
VfVft'W INi4s3SiCiT' "A'i& Tgl"4 'Mf
HAWAIIAN UA7.ETTE. KRIDW. JANUARY 24. 1013. " WEEKLY.
Views of the Volcano of Colima, Which Is Reported In Eruption
JlliBtWiyaVrfAtir.orJjsrotE. sres at distance or rvE . te Wt of eost irasiwxa Oct no the muuno WisoTTtskv
2iJ)rr wtW Mram -wait junmnajTiiiErohT. twelve mm xvnf.
persons lioso interests are affected by
tlio agricultural schedule were on the
witness list when tho house committee
on and means today resumed' its
hearings. They were supplemental to
tho long array of witnesses who testified
yesterday regarding citrus fruit,
spice, tallow, nursery stock and other
A. W. Eames. of Honolulu and San
Francisco, speaking for tho Hawaiian
Pineapple Growers' Association, urged
maintenanco of tho present tariff on
A plea for guards agninst""tho labor
of tho Orient was mndc by J.
of Paris, Texas, representing tho
Interstate Cottonseed Crushers' Association.
He wanted soya beans used
in tho manufacture of lards to be admitted
froo of duty. i
Harry Hartley ana w. llobbs, or
j, jHcffrtp, wcioi. Kutat. a;h,
Towns Pillaged, Women Kidnaped
More Warships Sent To Mexico
(Uy Fcdoral Wireless Tclegraiili.)
vAVASHlKGTON, January 21. (Special to Tho Advertiser) Continued disorders
and widespread rebel activities in Southern Mexico; told of iu oflicial
dispatches (today, say small towns nnd rnnches have been attacked and pillaged,
women have bcea carried off and bandits havo demoralized the population
and have aroused approhonsion for tho safety of i Americans in disturbed
limb iiiu uuuuru gut I'diiucut vua pruviujng iiiuu ur uu pruieciiutl lur .
' foreign interests has been made evident ugain by the reception of American
Boston, tho former representing tho petitions stating that they proposed to pay tributo to the rebel general, Zapata,
tiriTt.fi 1 AcinAint inn nf Wrtrtl flrntunra
ohvocAtcd t0 l,r8tcct tl,e,r ?ro,vinf? CT0a mnBt otI,cr robcl
an increased duty on wool
Gunboat to Vera Cruz.
(By Federal Wireless Tolograph.)
WASHINGTON, January 21. (Special to Tho
Wheeling hns been ordered to Vera Cruz, Moxico, to protect Amorican inter
Tho Wheeling, cruising botween Tampa and Koy West, has rocclvod its
ported the sinking of a largo Danish order by wireless. 8ho has a crow 'of 3C5 mon, some of whom aro marines,
tramp steamer about fltty miles oil and is commanded by Commander Hutchinson. It is four days' run to Vera
Plymouth. England, on December 26, in Cruz.
a heavy storm.
Annapolis to Mexico.
Tho cntiro crew perished. Tho nnmo
of tho vessel is not known, but officers SAN FRANCISCO, .Tanunry 21. (By Associated Press Cable to Star-Bul-
t?i PIvenrdft f'cenh'' Pnrbable" sho letin) Tho U. S. S. Annapolis has received orders to hasten 'to Mexican ports
Tli ULnrln atnAil V.w ( i. tirhnm " oww.. o .'wa.w.v u .w jui" . ...ow u.... ... ..w.vv..mK .....u. ..... ...
covering bodies of the crew, but none becoming widespread. Tho government is uttorly unable, to copo with tho
was iouncN situation nnd is Ynnking no effort to meet tho dnngcr confronting foreign
residents in the country.
rnv ,., wireless Telesr.ph.)
WASHINGTON, January 21. (Special
to Tho Advortiser) Cipriano Castro's
appeal to enter the United States
merely as a visitor was discussed to
day at tue cabinet meeting.
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
WASHINGTON, January 21. (Special to Tho Advertiser) "Tho United
States should cither submit tho Panama free toll question to impartial
Sccretarv Nagcl took to tho White tration or retiro from tbo position wo liavo tuken," was the declaration of
House a complete Tecord of tho case, Senator Boot, in the senato today, in a speech favoringrepeal of the freo toll
including the decision of the specinl provision of tho now Panama Canal Act.
rardco tatTn J' and n bill "of Senator Root took Iho position that congress should not havo passed a
thfns Cprcparean'byn Castro's attorneys Iaw lwt ummcr thnt discriminated against foreign shipping nnd granted froo
i , i tolls to American coastwiso shipping.
SACRAMENTO, California, January senator Root was an active opponent of tlio free toll net whon it was
22. (By Associated Press Cable) passed last summer and his -speech today oponcd n fight to secure an amend-Governor
Johnson yesterday removed mont of thc law fcoforo "it g0Cs into effect.
Mineralogist Storms on the ground of ,
inconijictencv. Thero is also an al- week or tho whole distance. The ex-
leged deficit in the department. Last penso is estimated at about $2000, to bo
ovenlnn the Governor announced tho borno by tho marchers,
appointment of Fletcher Hamilton as Tho essontials for tho trip suggest-the
-mineralogist for tbo State of Call- ed aro largo shoes, and woolen
ings and plaster, gauze and vaseline for
' tho treatment of tho oyes.
icdiijmv urn i cfiDTicv I
tious will form part of tbo crews of
the Atlantic reserve iloct.
-This information has been commun
cicnt time to arrange tor tuo trip.
I As in the mobilization last October,
tuo naval militia will bo enlisU'd tern-
porarily in tho regular army und will
bo discharged at the conclusion of tho
FREE TRADER WINS.
has made good in c"ory respect." Ho
add d in ollcct that the spoils system
shall not hnvo place iu his
nnd concluded by saying thnt
"justice nnd not gracefulness shall
guide mo in my distribution of
DYNAMITERs'oUT ON BAIL
frtr Federal Wireless leiecrato.
LEAVENWORTH, Kansas, .Tanunry
21. (Special to tho Advertiser) Wib
liam E. Reddin, of Milwaukee, Hcrt
Urown and J. McCain, of Kansas City,
convicted in connection with tho dynamite
conspiracy, were released from
the federnl prison on bonds shortly after
INJUNCTION HITS STRIKERS.
(Dr Pedtrsl Vlrrls TlKrsih.)
NEW YOUIC, .Tanunry 21. (Special
to Tho Advertiser) Tho striking garment
workers wcro disheartened today
Hie gunlioat ns tho result of Supreme .lustico Ureen
baiim's injunction preventing picketing
about factories and shops. Strike leaders
admit FOttlement of tho strike is
not in sight.
NORRIS ELECTED SENATOR.
(Dr Federal Wireless TeletTsph.)
LINCOLN, Nebraskn, January 21.
(special to Tr.o Advertiser) ucorgo
W. Morris, Republican, was elected
United States senator to succeed Son-
and property. Dispatches from Mexico City declare thnt tbo disorders aro n'or Brown today.
(Bv Federal AVirnlcss Telegraph.)
"WASHINGTON, January 21,
(Special to The Advcrtisor)
Thc houso committee on Indus;
trinl arts and cxpos'tlons this
tho Rodenbcrg bill appropriating
$2,000,000 for the government
exhibit nt thc San Francisco
HE FALLSM .
A GREAT HEIGHT
icated unotliclnlly to olllccrs of tho -Na-
tional Navul Militia Association, so .
that the nuvai militia shaii havo sum- Iron WoiKer Plunges Down Over
One Hundred Feet and
(Prom Wednesday Advertiser.)
Just as tho steamer Nile, on route
from tho Orient, ns steainiiig into Ho-i
Cook t,j. Tii.r.i
,, u ,J0r Vhti!rday uft;rnooll) H.
Dahliu.un ironworker , erched on the
(Ilr Pnlrrsl Wireless Te!nrrlli.)
.ui,ii;u ium., Australia, .iniiuary
topmost pcok of tho great flouting dry
dock at government naval whuff No. 2
stopped in his work of riveting long
u!ur reception at the Capitol Building to Tho Advertiser)- ni, mvn ,,n,l.iuifiir..l oHli.
to mo m on mo
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" ' """ i'""""""-"" "" deck of tho Tho next
Vf Vfi . nconi
wit i.t Von T . t ng .
Mn,i attend. I Liberal h" ,bl'e(n dcete,,1 Hon, Alfred momont Ilofalln lo.t his balance,
.,.11l...i ,. ,I1111111.IIi i ,. fnniliobl
Tho Gnvernor says thnt tho impn Ooukin, who'recently resigned. X!X"W SSSmo' tiu
sion that tho membors of his family Tho annointment was made at tt ? ,.,"' ,un. .,l.,,,,fe.,...l,,J?..tu '. biiv 7 U
I iiv wirfitfc 'if .mm i '. I . i. . 1...1.1.. 1....1 . -- a .. ... ......... w. . rivn .... ..u.
.., ... .,..-, .- -"'- ......T ...- - n,w iuiip ml niv nil vi iii u.rt.iiiii ii j ii t.x MJ. i. u,i.frt,
received a ununinious Republlcnn vote. ,if did not fwir tbo strain of tho bun
... i. ...i .... slinking onlenl ho thought hU imilly
SUFFRAGETTES WILL MARCH m " wwi.
"Oeneril" Roll Jone Imims NAVAL MILITIA MAY BE
r4 Ordan to lUigiinent of Worn. I FIRST THROUGH CANAL
cm 4 us nnpiiiMgivM.
(Ilr rf4ir.l Wr.i Tl'ril. )
XKW YUJIK, Jtuuury if!.- IKIW.UI
to 'Hid AdmllMT) As cuuhhhiiJit In
hl ilf til MtllriM.'" ' IMCIIUVMt,
mIiUU will iiMtih l ViililbKtij lur
. ... . - .....- III! IM lU IM lilU III UUVUl
V wuiiiu nui uu (iruiiuiii prunuiii iuu micc ill conieruiico 01 tie opposition, t.
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BT, I AUL, Minnesota, Jnnuary 21.- ar,BCIl ff0ln i.u'lottor to William Cor- when it was stipulated that ifo Pr.' L'n 7. V'T '.' .'' witor
the Jtor uii liw fnio ltli
to A.lvo.tlser - i
(Kpecia or(1II AwU, tie ,aiiRnrtlon ohaln.ii.n. mi eo,roQwWftli tariff should bo jtrnak
clon today, by a vote In both housos i Perhaps I did in my letter," said mnliitnliiod terrilic force.
of tbo MUinesota legi.laturo, was j Mf. Wils.m today, "Imt'l ..leant simply : "'"V'l.eo ,.l.ll In many quartr. J'T'Xlfrw n'ihe 'ulmrfWi7
turned to tho United Btnto. ioanto. "".""l.V "r,r" .".".' 1,B """f'.1""1 J,"1"
t)iat Iho ladles should not bo oxnerted that Conk ' ..leetloi. will ..le.i tbo Inbur
in the bou,.. Nelson 117 to stand In lino nnd simile Imiuls." I Wnrm,Tn7 . ,. ,, nliV rnttv '"' '' i..p.y.w moi .. iruus .
'1'l.n nnvrrunr u.1.1 Unit wl.ib. I.n l.ll.l. ?u. " il .V .1 .," '"i"" "'.I...'. 1.. f..t !" ."" IHOIIU'llliJ ViHlllllg Kir null-
on a jifMiiotivo Mini iriiii.mniiiii policy. Tt4tl ,() , lIuM. , f(ltl,,y ,llrt
.'. ' . nui.iwl i'oliln. TliU fr v,m biiight
WILSON STRIKES BLOW u hIipii Dulilln llnnlly euwn to tl
at ni n ?pnn sytpm uu f uvwua with iiioo.i.
A I ULU &IUIL& &I&l.m
huh .ifiiirliiu to hl JwwuiBr, h lrll
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im.nnin, iw vwni, . 17 UM . ,,,., ii i k,,i ull,i .ulk
i Is for TmT Ori.latlw.i of T7S X. " , ' , ,' . i . ... i ' l "UirU
oamiiry to ueip Man urt ,,Ml,r,d himwlf uUrbl, uViwi raillu ' iuUiii w i I'UW.IlJ.ltHl
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WILL FIGHT ANY
Pineapple Growers Take Steps
to Save infant Industry
AGENT ON WAY TO CAPITAL
Cable Delegate, But He Fails o
Atte.id Tariff Hearing
fill. II. Will U VuuAui'l Iu ttw bit
I'ii.l fur Mtival il.,t ii ! ImIUvm1.
Th. lulr wlIll t lli "h h. slrui'lt lb.
lf i.WMil lb. lUtli lllrr.ll Iti
ur.l 1Mb .y ut ii. .un.'vr i.
Imi imi4i IujmH uwi l.nils.1 Uut
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(From Wcndnesdny Advertiser)
Whllo tho sugar men of tho Territory
nre nwaiting with resignation tho
proposed cut in tho sugar schedule, of
tho tariff, tliur pineapple growers and
canucrs of Hnwnii aro up in arms
ngninst 'nny cut In tho present ilutyyon
pineapples, fresh or canned.
It nppenrs that the plnoapplo
was considered by the Undorwoou
committee of the houso on Monday and
over a week ago tho pineapple mon sent
n cable to Delegate Kuhlo at San Francisco,
asking him to bo suro to appear
heforo tlio committee) nt that time nnd
present their sido of tho case.
Recently tbo pinenpplo men received
tho lollowlng cablo from tho Delegnto
to Congress from this Torritory:
'Tho only action taken In re
tariff on record boforo tho
dorwood connnitteo is n brief letter
from Mr. Stovons, of Portland, Oregon,
who alleges that under tlio Dingloy tar-I
IT thousands of enscs were imported.
That under the present tariff naturally
It precluded bringing iu of nny pineapples
and that nouo havo been imported
for throo years, thoroforo, no
rovonuo to tbo govornmont. That tho
Hnwniinn growors nro given a
to disadvantage of consumer, enabling
them to obtnin higher prices
than wnrrnntnblo. Thoy ask for n reduction
of tho plnoapplo tariff."
Spocial Agent to Washington.
Upon tho recolpt of this cnblo tho
pineapplo growors hero it once cabled
to Mr. Ames, of Wnhjawa, who is in
Snn Francisco, tolling him to go to
Washington with Dolcgnto Kuhlo nnd
appear beforo tho committee of tho
houso and mnko tho best fight posslblo
for a retention of tho duty on pineapples.
At tho samo timo the growors hnvo
prepared a synopsis of information regarding
this industry horo for tbo benefit
of tho committoo. It is asserted
that tbo pinenpplo Industry Is an infant
one nnd lias only within a fow
years been under way and has only just
got a start nftor tho investment of
large sums oi money and tho oxponso
of advertising it and thus making a
Tho American growers foci thnt i
tho Democratic congress wipes put tho
protection under which thoy have built
up this industry and opons tho markets
of tho United States to cheap forolgn
canned goods from India and other
countries whoro lnbor and fruit
is cheap, by a reduction of the presont
tariff, it will mean disaster to a growing
industry .which monns much to tho
sombtropic countries now under tho
Important for Homesteaders.
And it is not only tho nlneannlo in
dustry alono which will suffer, but
mnny othor allied interests. Chief
among tho reasons for protecting
growing is tho fact that it will
bo an encouragement for homesteadlne.
according to Fred Macfnrlanc, manager
nero lor i.iDuy, Aicnicil and iilbby of
Honolulu, Limited, who told yesterday
of tho extensive cultivation of pineapples
by homesteaders oa theso Islands.
Another industry is that of tho can
Industry, which would be seriously
affected by n reduction of tbo tariff on
pineapples, for with tho curtailment of
tlio pineapplo Industry the millions of
cans now used wpubl also be cut down
to a minimum, whllo foreign corporations
would secure tho benefit of what
hns so inr been dono by American
pluck nnd initiative, nssistcd by tho
protection of tho bill's
clauso protoctiiig tho native-grown
Mcanwlillo Dolcgnto Kuhlo mlssod
tho hearing on tho
schedule, as ho did that on sugar.
TWO CONTRACTS APPROVED.
Siipcrliiteiidcnt of I'ublle Works
Illshop yestonlny npirovcd the bonds
for two contracts recently anarilo.l,
Ono was for the Pacific Knglncerliig
Compiiiiy in the sum of $3725 for tho
building of n reinforced concrete cover
anil till, u new Hour slab uud an electrical
indicator mid wash nut for tho
I'unrlibowl reservoir, Tho coutrnct price
Tim other boml wan that of A. A.
Wilfon, amounting in fuss for tho
building of 11 I'ouori'lo llnor tli.li for
Miihuldina liimlliiKi llawull, Tho con
tract price j. WM),
Mr. mill Mr, Oourgi) 1'. Ciutlu nu
liouiirti the luigMguiiiniit of thi'lr
ilHrgHit.1. to Alfred MTowr,
pn.fn.wr of nnlhfu'4iluv,
Wb your .lilIJ liat whaepliig wiukIi
h. eurwyl io kftiji llm huuhU lueiu mn
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