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Evening Bulletin. Est 1882, No 5235.
Hawaiian Star, Vet XX.. No. 6 JT.
24 PAGES. HONOLULU TERKITOKV OP HAWAII: SATURDAY, SEPT. 7, 1912. 24 PAGES.
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PltlCE FIVE CEKTS
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U; ;u.vuulp;uus -;:u uyus:;:W
ecrerary uevotes up
To Attempt To Get Grasp
ual IJolders' :vr-i'- 5.?r"?:V-v,
Navy Department Drder Indi
; cates Recommendation '
WILL MEAN SAVIfJG fes
, ; 1 OR VALUABLE TIME
Are Forbidden Mainland Ports;
Local .Officers Await i ?
if Hi f
ALIENS FROM ORIENT
WOULD BE AFFECTED!
Shipfitters' Shop Tpv Be Moved Disease Common, to' Filipinos,
100. Feet Nearer; Dry-; : : y Chinese and ; Japanese,.
Result of Trespassing on A m
? 'can Soil Near Douglas, Ariz.
- dobk Site
r .That I the . at7 ' Department la in
favor of extending;? the VPearr, Harbor
drydock from the outshore end. in ao
cordance ? with : th recommendations
nf thA hnnrtl nf ff1r urhfrh rwont.
Iv nnnxrntA iri tn, rnhfiiflpf mattoref expected; Will he ; recei?ed
in . connection ; With 1 th drvdorV. . ia Washington within a few day b.
indicated oy a letter just received at
the local naval station. This is an
authorization to move the 8hipfitters'
and boilermakers'-;' shop, " now : In
courseK' of " construction, V 100 Vf feet
nearer the - drydock. . Permission to
make this change was requested only
In the event of I the dock being ex
tended, outboard, so by putting two
and two together, the engineers have
arrived at the ' conclusion : that , the
change in the shop site means favor
able consideration of the report'
Civil Engineer. cE,';:. Gayler, , the
public ; works officer," and - Assistant
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- DOUGLAS, Arir Sept 7w Thirteen Arnerican ssldiirs, C2-'
ty-fiva Mexican rebel trtspajtlna upon th Amcrl;--! r t:
AquaranUne against the invasion Ht night, opened fire upon them with auch effect that fsurcf t:
nf hMVnnm ngnelts intn iha WCrB KUICQ inO One WOUnOCa. MOt Ifl AffltHMll W-t Kurt T'-
VI - VUV . ,UVVtt It VI Hl IMIiQ UIW - Mftw I , . - ' " " ' '
Territory -of - Hawaii at: the instance vv been Qrowing bolder and bolder in crcsslnj ths tzritr lit;:.
of the United States Immigration au-
TWO MORE REGIMENTS SENT TO PATHOL LIEX. :::
; WASHINGTON, o; 'Cm" Sept-7 Two additional rtzlmtrM h;v
dispatched to patrol the Mexican border."- ;
thorities may follow, a decision ; that
A new and rather interesting phase
of the hookworm problem- has come
to the front, and center owing to the
wide prevalence of , this malady along
the California coast, according to ad-
lHot,. nfrnfrniWhAftVwormare i : WCcrT oepu fres.aent Tan today
10 oe aeponeu wiiuuuv ceremuugr uui
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TAFT ADMITS GRAVITY OF SITUATlOn FCH U. C.
and after November 1st, so announces
a letter from -Washington ; and for
warded to General Samuel W. Backus,
Commissioner of Immigration, station'
ed at San. Francisco. :
Dr. Trotter, head of the local branch
of the Pederar quarantine service was
tAssodated Trcsa Cable
F. M. Swahzy Is
; . '-Secretary H-lier la going to conduct
ti3 iavf ti: :tljn cf Delegate Kuhio's
' charr:3 cr-ii:t Governor Frear before
t! eye 3 cf c!l Hawaii. " '.";, ;
' ile ia the public 'into his con
lidence, t:!.izs tte advice of the peo
ple of -Hawaii,' welcoming their coop-
. eratlca In Ll3 wcrk.K Ile is emphasiz
ing tne fact tnat he wants his probe
here to be above board In every par-
ticuiar. . ,
Two hours this morning, the open
. lng of the series of public hearings,
gave evidence of what the spirit of
. the investigation' and its methods are
to be. Secretary Flgher himself, in a
' brief statement at the beginning' of
the hearing, announced that the pub
lic is welcome,", and declared further
that -the' statements Mb be made by
those he will call ; upon , are to be
given particular weight If made In
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i un little ceremony, but with a
brisk and businesslike air characteris
. tic of the Secretary himself, the for-
, mal . investigation of; the Delegate's
, charges opened this 'morning . In the
- Senate chamber of the Capitol. The
hearing began very, shortly after. 10
; o'clock, the hour set for Its opening,
and began with hardly more formality
V than a group of friends would sit down
to discuss an important matter among
'; themselves.' . :-
, ; The Senate chamber was well filled
,. some time before 10 o'clock, and soon
became packed tcj the doors, with
many Interested spectators occupying
' vantage spots - oa the lanals. A
: phalanx of stenographers and a bat
- tery of newspaper men; were, in' at
tendance, besides the prominent citi
zens whom Mr. Fisher had asked to
; be present, most of the Territorial of
ficials, a number of ladles and casual
onlookers. " Mrs. Frearjt Mrs.' B. F.
Dillingham; Mrs. Walter F. Dillingham
and several others made a little party
' that came early and, seated In the
; rear of the chamber,, remained until
. the close of the session.' Mrs. Fisher
came with her husband and also stay-
- ed until the end. - -
- Gather for Hearing. -'I i;'
Secretary Fisher, alert, vigorous and
qu!6ks of aovementVentered the Sen-
ate chamber breezily, just after. 10
. o'clock,: accompanied by- his . private
secretary, Herbert A. Meyer. He con
. ferred for. 8T few moments In the ceh-
. ter of the chamber, before going to
bis seat, regarding the arrangements
" for the morning. Delegate Kuhio came
, in o shortly afterward, and Governor
, Frear almost , behind him. Attorney
General Lindsay, , Secretary,.. , Mott
, Smith, . Territorial : Surveyor Wall,
.. , JLand Commissioner Tucker and others
of the Governor's official family came
; in together. ; ; - - l '" :v? '.'
' .. Mr. Fisher took - his" seab on the
floor of the chamber at a desk be
fore the rostrum,' leaving the higher
and more formal1 station unoccupied.
Mr" Meyer occupied a seat on ; Mr.
Fisher's right and a stenographer at
his; left :' Delegate. Kuhio sat. almost
. in front of Mr. Fisher on his right,
and the.; Governor! was at, a desk a
couple y of yards further toward the
": door. . '" ' ; '-..'V - - :V'.' " :':;-': . ' v- .
" Little Of Sensational. " - '
, ; The "stage setting" was anything
' bur dramatic and those who came to
4mb(? vairnlatlnn irftnM ffof ' tM
composed ; the bpir d which' considered pregent iarge influx of Japanese ' and
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vi- wtw na!.n 0fcuini, n. v-. oc?u ..-sv. wc row YHS3n t:
7rrx,- ;.T " " ,j i statement from his., summer heairuarttrs
.York Prosresslves for their work in yesttrday's Ct-t
the proposed.- extension of Uhe 5 dry
I dock,' and which DxedMhe added com
pensation for Mhe contractor necessi
tated by the change of concrete mix
ture. This board was in favor of, add
mitni. ktftrt. mwn LM M,a in" 'inir piKigrm-ii a-.-nirsia ana tr.sir cir..
M. V W I Tk.l U,MU .kAMN ... ... . . f PI
: . "This matter Is now in the hand vv ? WM wMh w VZ' ' 'J'
mltted. "As far atf the ruling applies
to the coast, that Is correct,-so I ami
Civil Engineers Smlth and rBostrom
$ S 3 S $ g & s Q$ s S 8 $ 4 $ $v$v'$8&$
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; v TODAY'S DEVELOPMENTS IN FISHER PROCE. . ? t
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; Hearings open in Senate chamber before large crowd. , . . .-, l $
V : Secretary. Fisher, enunciates policy of open consideration and pub-
lie discussion.. . v-v-; ; '.';.. a y-..: ' ' :" ,. . ; - ; ' -'
S ? De legate Kuhio asked to make statement, but declines, saying his 8
s attorney, C. w. Ashford, will do so. :-; :' , : ; -. ; i- .: -
? Mr, Ashford. ill and unable to appear,
at t r t- . i - . . . . .
on the time- 6f-flnal eompIetionj Evi- lng and diseased Filipinos Drougnuia y- ;v , y? - k " ' ; .
dently the Navy Department looks 'atl these islands 'under their .direction.
fca mattaf fn ttia 9m wav v ' f At thA nlanters stCLCkade a sectlwn
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lng the.20O feet'to ;the 'dockautfior- ied to understand through late-cor-ized
by Congress at the outshore end, I resbondence." ;-. '.' 'r-' y-
' ; ; ,." ;;'-:"..':'- -... oh thei grounds that4 this: would Inter- planters Watch Their Charges. "'V.."
ear ,BO- rearing opens, with queg- ferldsrtbHeadi; actomp vn iwaa ilearnell5 todayth? t. Hho Ha.
is v,; - 5 iished," that itt WQttldM) cheaper, and waiian Sugar. - Planters1; AwSOCiatUa
' ' -;"' - '"' ' ' ..' ' . Af!Do!atPl Prro
SAH TRANCCCO, CiL, Cs'stlY-Thi tt:
tne fioatina crana which will ba used at r.
.vidual cane holdings.
. ' Mr. Swanzy declares for increase In white population if it can be
v uruugut auuui; aouois- pracucaoiuiy 01 ; cutting; present government 9
$ cane lands up Into small holdings, for homesteaders.
"- : .. Hearings continue next week. -, ',': j-.t;':' ',.-. v1--.; .-V-g.
S $ S S 4 S S S g S S J$ $ 'g '$
stance of the 'Idea that Mr. Fisher was
driving at; :..' ;.', r
A Knotty Problem.
Quite easlyMr. Fisher made it plain
that he did not wish the . discussion
to t turn at once upon ' the governor
personally, but rather upon the situ
ation that confronts an executive here.
no matter who the man. Mr. Swanzy
was asked what -kind of a man he
thought should be the governor of Ha
wall to give satisfaction, and respond
ed," amid general laughter,-
think you'll find him on this
Mr.-; Fisher, smiling, asked him
Tne snop.wwcnisito ,oe,movea is :wwb ."'t pontoon is 125 feet lonz. 75 feet wide. and 14 rt
ofMhe lndustrlal buildlngs which rival u sunjecxea w...careiimeu . . will hav a lift! fta;v iTi -T
11.- 1 u v.. avfrn nt m snmi n inA neaiui'ftuui . " J
Liic " v. ia cicwuii&i .lb iiac
This is ithe; big pontoon, launched recently bv ths VrA-i
wmca win do tne.Dase or tne largest ncating crane in t.w i
V'i--s-.i F. 3T. SWAXZY v ; .
Who was the. principal source of In
formation for Secretary. Fisher this
morning. V ' "vv :i i
the hearing this morning expecting to
get a sensation did not get it; For
the most part, the discussion turned
upon questions -.with regard to . local
Industry and the present land-holding
and crop-raising systems. It had been
expected that the delegate's charges
would be set forth by Attorney C. W.
Ashford, but Mr. Ashford was report
ed slightly 111 this morning - and the
delegate said, in response to Mr. Fish
er's questions, . that he preferred to
have his attorney talk on. the sub
jects; mentioned: -Mr. Fisher said: he
realized the disadvantage at which
the delegate was placed, and the orig
inal plan was modified so that the
morning's hearing turned into more or
less of an informal talk on Hawaiian
industrial conditions. ' v i "-'
Mr Swanzy in Limelight -
F. M. Swanzy. managing director of
T. H. ; Da vies & Co. and president of
just reached the stage where it can
be shifted without damage' or appre
ciable expense. r' ?.'-. "v:'
Storehouse Chanaed. V 5. '
a ; came was recei vea toaay irom
Admiral Stanford, ? chief of. the V Bu
reau of Yard3'and Docks, who recent
ly visited Honolulu; stating that" the
advertisement for . bids on the second
warehouse had been withdrawn.' This
was to have' been a. $100,000 Job, the
storehouse ; being a three-story : affair
of reinforced '' concrete.??
orities be led to believe that the pa
tient is suffering ; from hookworm or
other maladies not llted , as ; quaran-
tinflhla. ; : ' .. '. .- ' V' : '' -- . '.- ;; " '
- Under the new regulation, as u ap
plies to the Pacific coast immigrants ;
fmmd to be afflicted wltn the disease!
will be deported immediately as tney
are when they are discovered . to be
.rffoHnir fmm trachoma and other I
inftthttome diseases. The detention
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i" juuwvu.nm ye uuuiku ttl U3UVV WCan. WnS73 t 3 f '
erected and the Diesel engines,, which will run the hcLtlr: l
machinery, installed. The Hercule3 i3the tuz that towri tha h'
the drydock to Honolulu a few month3 ago.
Tmvers Amateur Gblf
.-..' t; , s,; ' ' 'a-ocial Star-Bulletla'. Cable '-; . '
, C.U1 P. A CI ft i llf 'Ran 7 Ismms. n rw.u .... j .L.
hospital is filled to overflowing wltn amateuroolf championship today, by defeating "Chick" Zvr
natunti whn have every imaginauie i i-t y e .r... -u .. . .
,comPB?11 unu.c atnoufln Evansv snowing Jn the .Crit ish champlonshb fc:t
I don't have, been the, secohd . of: three store red that "hookworm , paUenU "r&'v-l ,zzl
earth." houses, the firstbpe being now in SKot beadmitted to the hospl- that he was not playing the game he put up last season.
m what course of constiructlon by the ' Con- "tal""-- i'tf'A'xrl.-' -.' " :" - ... : . : ' , - 7" -
ble' gov- canon Company; : " v ;v' During the:last fiscal year 'more ; . rr ' J f ' ; ' ' V ' n
This i wK. eive ,tftranh ; hrldes" were IOUna xo
. . . Z - w UUU bUM 1 ' '
I . - 4 A A n A ' IB
50 per cent oine auen wUwmo.-u
was nis own laea oi. a Buiiaoi gov- canon UOmpany. : - . v . , . l . rinrine
ernor, and Mn Swanzy said Governor j A The cable is. taken Mo . mean thai! than ioo hookworm patients were
rear is as near my aea aa aujruuo. the bureau has aeciaea ;to ouua two treated, -'a cure usuauy oerng awwu
Then Mr. Fisher drew the talk into or three one-story storehouses In- within 10 days Mo two weeks. Sixty
channels dealing , with the territory's stead of the large building named in per cent of the Japanese Immigrants,
nmhlMTiR and from this develODed the .4.A)..m. . tvi. - ; 4A Lt..i ..t. vobh found to
. . ; . . - ' . IUC UlClUSClUCUbM t nut gilt
discussion .as to the land laws and more floor space, and- as " ' there is
the present .systems of. land tenure.; : plenty of-ground space available; the
Few Called On Today. : , . , ' navy . civil engineers think ; well ol
t .The only persons caiiea upon " the change '
day's Inquiry were Mr. Swanzyy-who WIrtIeM pert Coming.
WRR n H fin IM'I I1HI . W1LURBH - UU1C1UU1 t TT- . 9 . M ' - , i "
" -5 V rr "i " L i V.l voru' nas ueen ,. receivea ai. mei uw .uu""" It ... v,
.S!? fcI'. .taUon UM k wireless- expert those Undeddrinf tte pa.t ye hd
the last-named being caned upon only .win Sme Honolulu in the near nJwans.paciflc steamship.compan
once, to give an uem oi inwrmanour-; - - - -?oa wpta notified or tne oruer uj vj
. . . . . m .nv... iRlfps sne-ppst(Kl :fnf ttia nav ftA nnn I les were, f" rrvr
concerning xne numuer 04 suiau uumc-1 - vw.wv
t6aderfl on the Islands. ' -: " " wireless plant at Piarl Harbor. Civil
vo wiiftm Spin. I Fngineer Gayler , and- Lieutenant
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i:'-'; : Special- Star-Biili.
SAN FRANCISCO,, Cal- Sept 7. '. ...
Tenderloin," was murdered in...bedVt!on of parcel now utilized by
discovered this ' morning. - The rr
Ine at the Angel island station were valued at $5,000 are missing. 'An--,.n
ThA Hindu v race is pro-1. r master
nounced to be the most susceptible . . . - - ' '' the
the malady, as near y : I A A1 1 1 ri Zi CiJt f M W
ess will ei-
OI.V..t.i.a .en Aflt llo 1Wlllflr I "WMO Buuuiiiiea Hi - . . -
norummond ard to reporton avaUable sites foH could doThe
w rte ittend the sessions the staUon, but the expert' will have """ " br the fecreUry of tne
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efflclalst tne Toyo LOS ANGELES. Ca
KUen Kaisha, the big Japanese com- y.lt campaign In Calif & route , d
twiBeu xv . tw,f th ev would In the November ballot b u
Lf.Vtte mtui-ttOH-ugMy party In CS22
The details of 'the 'parcels pcM s; -tern
will be worked out by a z:x:i i !
committees composed of officers
experts of the department
. Charles W. Gates has abandr.r I tL
plans for building a lC.a,CC3 r.:;.
at Minneapolis as. tl3 arL'.ccr
neighbors pointedly show their !';::
at .having the millonaire sjenitl:;;
locate near them. "
nMMrH i tn answer inaulries if they the rinai ; say-so
are called upon: Attorney General standpoint
aim. Lindsay. Land Commissioner
Joshua Tucker, Ralph S. Hosmer. sup-
..i..njAnf nf fnroatrv and tne mem-
lULCUUUV va. w. rf, : . .
kt-o nf thA land board, who are A. w.
Carter. Rlehard Trent Samuel Dwight
and Frank Andrade. vv. a. ft-umey,
also a memoer 01 me jiana,iw.
said Mo be absent from the . 1 emtorj
at the present time.
PRICE OF U
DUE TO COST OF
FEED, HE TiilKS
Ukhm Vtf Hearlna.
At n riosA of the day's Inquiry,
whteh was concluded at 12:30 o'clock
m viqb v -r - nil w v-uw inuri i 111 - .
theliawai lugr SterAcIa: i fecreUry cMhe enoranno
tion, was m Jimeugnt mostjr tne , -JJVth " him that the besthours
morning, as , Mr. Fisher called : upon agreea WUJ UV"7.J: fmm
Kim to answer a large number of cues- j tor ue pinK "TO -
li0' I;1 if V that the meeUng would adjourn to 9.30 0pIni0n that the cause of the raise in
a. 11 m. Viai lci . . uul xaa . vaa lci . n aa.u imn . .... -
been'seated in the chamber, at the t Monday morning ; DairymensV Association , was due to
beginning of tha session, was not to
be found,, and Mr.-Flsner? therefore wjn.,' V iowu-iwu uu. , uuauy reuir f fv!pB.0 exoosition.
akVaI fni-: Knmn. niiA is ! aemiaJntpd : tentative arrauKeiueui sauuuutcu v - liie mcreasea cosi 01 ieeainx maienai 1 ; 0 . j Atr,cr
ith Btiirai. nn(i tt,of .ndiHnna iw 1 terdav for'.trlDs to the other islands is ments of his deixartment Mexican -reseis are ,
" -e - . . . . - .. j I . . . -.- I j , tta HI TlKTe KUiU
a carerui inspection of tne milk surrenucr yi - .
order issueu u, - - ----- . . la
final andcan ir .teamship
ffl;.t. pt -SSS -t l5! gADOR BRYCE SHIES ATVPUBLIC
w a,-.- - auens pro-
new vomE.EfJSE F,NISHES WOnK
committee to l-rsriniirs
DmNK .FISHER CALLS TO INQUIRY,'
' 3'was done to orch- t ilTUULU fit I I Lt,rAVfc U UU t h'tAUt-
Enomous damage was ae w pitcher, star pi v - - .
ds and beet ; fields by a 1 sto bed dead ef ibLT,, lf. , . :-;; . ; :: ;; - .... ., .
Food Commissioner E. B. Blanchard
stated this morning that he was of the
ards ana oe .- - 1TtaJ, and loed oead of
which swept through Logan, Utah, ana ,
viciniiy.. . .. : -
meeting at Ban ae r II
resllutlons asking the govent to
approprwc ,w,vw-,w-- -
ama-Paclfic Exposiuon -
Cisco and $1,000,000 to aia tu
Mr. ELD." Tenney said that he had! not yet definte. A part of this isfori
come in somewhat late, and Mr. Fish
er then asked for-Mr. Swanzy. Hav
fnm m.v MAnt.tj ti- , i i 4..ct nr the border line irum
sunnlier t v the aBo-iatlrtn las. Amenauw or -- - -y-
a trio to Kauai next Tuesday. This
may not be definitely decided upon nn
in i? Rocnred gomfe one tiDon whom he til , Monday' morning however.
could call for answers to his intro- Among those present today were Dr,
v. a a mn,, n T! V TUIIoat ToiTiAQ A Rath. A. F.
the morning to putting these questions Judd, Deputy U. S. District Attorney most cities on the mainland.
to Mr.-Swanxy and getting; the ; an- Bitting. Principal Edgar Wood of the j ; "The methods of handling the milk
Tf the rebels coulff and
nn n i uir ' lu ; 1 1 n " . .. m
tanually improving, and it is now prob- tvre this . wonaenui
ably better than the milk supplied to
has ; shown its quality to be- con- lng to . ngnt.
l . h... tma vnnnenuk uiuk -j ,
o-nM pnnneh to finance Aig in
lie w o fa.
swers. Tne discussion r was ? notaoiy
free and . frank throughout and M r.
Swanzy seemed to endeavor to an
swer his questions to the fullest, ex
tent though sometimes halting a mo
ment In an effort to get just the. sub
normal school Land Commissioner at the association I consider nractlc- hardly in a position to say, Laaorirt,
Joshua .Tucker, Principal Davietrot ally ideal, and as lone as these meth- Ircrease Is esEential to the. hldsand
the Royal School, J. A. V Ilder, H. ods are in vogue the people of Hono- lne of the present standarr , r
uooding, field, xTincipai m. m. &cott, lulu can be assured of . first class milk no question but wnai tnis
handled in a sanitary 'manner. Wheth- mice is far " better tnan
(Continued on page e; v , ler or not the price IS excessive. I am 'handling or a lower quail
k m i-
L0RRIN ANDREWS NO. 1 LOSES CASE
OR ALIMONY, :j - 7 -
K S.-TR00PS; TO; PENETRATE K00LAU RANGE,
JAPAN'S MINISTER T0 CHILE HERE,'
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m this-paper YESTERDAY .tcfy-
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