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.HAWAII'S GROWING DAILY. HOW YOU CAN MAKE $750. See Star Contest Page! ' ' SECOND EDITION. TODAY'S NEWS TODAY VOL. XIX. TWELVE PAGES. HONOLULU, HAWAII. MONDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1911. TWELVE PAGES. No. 6093. J I 10 1 - i DR. CARTER ILL IS SUBSTITUTED Y ooooooooooooooooo O "Carter sick with typhoid O O fever. Will send Blue from San O O FranclGtfo. His large expert- O O cnce undoubtedly known to you O O all.. Will cable date later on. O O "WYMAN." O oooooooooooooooo .Surgeon Carter Is unable to come to Hawaii and look Into tlio health con ditions here. Governor Frear received the foregoing cable from Surgeon-General Wynian this morning. European Immigrants Out One On or about -November 15, the Brit ish steamer Wlllesden, with a largo number of Spanish and Portuguese immigrants, will reach Honolulu. A cable stating that the Willesden had sailed from Portugal on October 2 was received by Dr. Clark of the Im migration Bureau, but the number of laborers on board the steamer was not stated. "It will take a few days. for Camp bell and Sllva to make up their final figures on the immigrants," said Dr. Clark this morning, "and as soon as The hearing of John McMahon on tho charge of murdering A. N. Ceder loff was continued before United States Commissioner Davis until two o'clock tomorrow afternoon. The mat ter came up this morning at ten o'clock, but owing to the absence of Mrs. Cedorloff, widow of the victim, who was reported unable to be present on account of illness, District Attorney GEORGE M'KINLEY L George R. McKlnley the well known tramper and athlete, and private sec retary to Manager Hedemann of the Honolulu Iron Works, Is lost some whero on the mountain ridges In the neighborhood of the Pall and two searching parties are now scouring the adjoining counfVy in search of him. It Is feared that ho has met with an ac cident and Is unable to make his way back to town. Yesterday morning Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Holmes and McKlnley set out for tho Pall, intending to maJte an attempt to scale tho height known as Lanl hull. They passed through Hildebrand's glen and had got three-quarters of tho way up tho mountain, which is about JinOO feet in height, whon they decided to commence tho descent, further progress being regarded as too risky. Mrs. Holmes, in descending, slipped, and n mlnlaturo landslide carried her forty foot. Luckily sho sustained only minor scratches and bruises. McKlnley wa on tho upper side of tho dlslodgement of earth, and shout ed to Holmes that ho couldn't get down that way. Holmes then direct ed him as to where ho could strike the Lanlhull trail, and tho party separat ed, Mr. and Mrs. Holmes coming Into town. This was at 12: -15 p. m. and McKInsly had ample time to get homo heforo dark. Ho didn't put In an appcaranco last night, and this morning was still miss ing, so Manager Hedemann notified tho poilco and n search party was sent out to act In conjunction witli a part dis patched from tho Honolulu Iron Cederlofs Slayer On His Examination! 1 1 TW DR. BLUE Governor Frear said this morning that Surgeon tjluo Is a good man, and that he had considerable experience when combating the plague In San Francisco. Surgeon-General Wyman was asked to send a man to Hawaii to look Into the sanitary conditions existing here. j Surgeon Carter, who was the principal Marine Hospital man engaged In sani tary work at the Panama Canal zone, jwas nominated by Wyman to come to I Hawaii. Week Today he knows definitely how many men, women and children have started for Hawaii, the figures will be cabled to us. I expect to hear in a few days from Mr. Campbell. Certain arrange ments have to be made .here, and there are many details to be seen to." The Immigrants have been recruit ed In Spain and Portugal, and It Is thought that they are a superior lot. Special Agent Campbell Is at present In Gibraltar, or was, rather, at the time that he cabled about tho depart ure o fthe Willesden. Breckons askod that the case go over until Friday. Attorney E. Murphy, rep resenting the defendant, objected to this, with tho result that tomorrow afternoon was set. Only one witness was examined at I this morning's session, this being Dr. j Dommer of Schofield Barracks, who i testified as to the character of tho I wound which caused Ccdorloff'3 I death. LOST ON Works. Tho ironworkers started in back of tho Oalin Country Club and are working up, while the policerollef party began at Lanlhull and aro work ing down. Harry Waldron, or tho Honolulu Iron "Works, and a friend of McKlnley, went to the sceno this morning with tho police party to glvo them such directions as ho was ab to. He got in touch with Alexander Humo Ford and asked that tho Ukulele Patrol or tho Boy Scouts bo sent out to try and locate .McKlnley, as they know the country whero ho was last seen, so well. Ford, however, told Waldron that he was too busy to bother with tho matter. McKlnloy is a trained trampor and will-known as a long distance walker. Ho Is a member of the Ilealanl Yacht and Boat Club and also of the Y. M. C. A. During tho Boer war ho served in South Africa witli tho Royal artillery. E In the dlvorco case of Maggie Mul doon vs. John Muldoon, Judge Robin son has granted an interlocutory de cree by which tho defendant Is in structed to pay an alimony of $10 per mouth during pendancy of tho case, court costs of $13 and attorney's fees of $2.". Mattlo Kanuha Willing has brought suit for dlvorco from Carl II. C. Will ing on grounds of failure to support. FIno Job Prlntiuc. STur Ofhco. LONELY PARTIES SEARCH DvORC GASES BREAKS Dr. John S. McGrow, the Nestor of Honolulu's medical fraternity, had the great misfortune- of breaking his leg this morning. At his advanced age, tho ninetieth anniversary of his birth coming due In December next, It needs not be said that the accident Is a serious one. Yet It Is comforting to relate that,. In the opinion of the attending physicians, Immediate danger of tho venerablo doctor's life Is not to bo apprehended. "Ho may live for years yet," tho Star Is professionally advised this afternoon. Doctor McGrow was taking the morning air on tho lanal of his resi dence, at Kapiolani, Lunalllo and Hackfcld streets, a Ilttlo after nine o'clock, when ho was seized with an attack of dizziness and fell, fracturing his right leg at the hip Joint. His son-in-law, Dr. C. B. Cooper, was immediately summoned by telephone HONOLULU PORTUGUESE BY THEIR HOMELAND GOVERNMENT Senhor A. de Souza Canavarro, con sul general for Portugal, received the following cablegram under yestei day's date from Lisbon: "Lisbon, Outobro 8, 1911. "Consul do Portugal, Honolulu. "Presldento da Itepublica e Gos' orno ngradecem felicltacbes da Co- Ionia Portugueza. "MINISTRO DOS NEGOCIOS ES' TRANGEIBOS." Of which the following Is a transla tlon: BIT Tomorrow, on tho steamer Maun a Loa, President Pratt of the Board of Health will leave for Hawaii. Ho will bo accompanied by Dr. Shepherd, E. A. Mott-Smith and C. S. Weight. Tho party will disembark at Kallua and proceed, via Kona and Kau, to Hilo. Thenco tho party will proceed along tho Hamakua coast to Kukuihaslo and, from that place, will Journey to Kohaln, 'by way of Waimea. Tho object of tho trip is to look Into health matters on Hawaii, and in all, ten days will be taken up on the trip. Tho party will catch the Manna Kea at Mahukona, a week from next Friday, and will return to HonoluLi direct. E Doputy Sheriff Roso takes exception to tho statement by Mr. Pope of tho department of education, appearing In this morning's paper, to tho effect that tho department could not do anything toward abating tho truant nlusanco be cause it hnd no funds with which to pay a special olllcer. He further stated that tho sheriff's deputy had Oils matter in hand and ho either took no notice of it or dis patched policemen who utterly disre garded his instructions. "I am going to see Mr. Pope About this stutoment," safd Deputy Rose this morning. Tho shorlff some time ago appointed an odlcor to look after tho truancy work. "Ho gives his whole timo to tho matter and is constantly on tho movo from ono end of tho island to another. His nnmo Is Lapana Kea wopoolo. If this man has been neg lecting ills duty why didn't Mr. Popo report tho matter to tho poilco?" .Two hundred acceptances lmo been received for tho Hands-Around-the-Pnclflo banquet to Percy Jluutor of Sydney at tho University Club on Wednesday. HEALTH V HI DEPUTY RO TS to the old gentleman's assistance and autoed swiftly to the place. On ascer taining the nature of the Injury Dr. Cooper called other surgeons In con sultation, bringing Doctors C. H. Wood, J. H. Raymond and W. C. Hobdy to tho bedside of tlfe sufferer. Needless to say all that the combination of skill could do to make tho patient comfort able has been done and Dr. McGrow at latest word was resting as easily as could be expected. Dr. McGrow ope of Hawaii's his torical characters. Both as a veteran of the Civil War and the "Father of Annexation" his person Is patrlotlcaL ly rovered, while from the main; years of his practice as a popular and kindly .family physician In Honolulu, until old ago compelled his retirement, his name is a household word In this community, the heart of which will throb with sympathy for himself and bis family on account of the painful misadventure here related. "Lisbon, Oct. S, 1911. Consul for Portugal, Honolulu. Tho President of tho Republic and the Government coiv vey their thanks to the Portuguese Colony for their congratulations. "MINISTER OF FOREIGN AF FAIRS." i This pleasant messpgo Is In return for the greetings cabled honco on tho occasion of tho local celebration of tho first anniversary of the Republic of Portugal last week. MISSING GIRL Virginia Ayres was restored to her homo this morning by Simeon Kama, i a son of Louis Kama, who was recent ly arrested on a chargo of stealing a pearl pin from tho girl. I Mrs. Ayres went down town and , when sho returned tho little girl was 'back in tho house. Sho said that Simeon had found her and brought her back, and that sho slept by tho roadside In the bushes for two nights. It Is evident that the child lias been j instructed to tell this story by her nbductors and everything points to , tho conclusion that sho was to havo been taken away from town ,in a day or so, but that tho article in this morning's papeu frigntened tho Indi vidual Who took her away and deter red him from his purpose. He evidently kept the girl in hiding till he saw Mrs. Ayres leave tho house and then returned her. Virginia Kahaanu, tho oleven-year-old adopted daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. M. Ayres mysteriously disap peared from her home near Sixth ave nue, Kalmukl, on Saturday nftersooil, and had not been seen or heard of until tills forenoon, as above stated. FIFTH CAVALRY On Saturday morning tho entire Fifth cavalry left Schofield Barracks on a march around Oahu. A scon of army wagons accompanied tho regi ment, and spare horses were also taken along. Tho Jackass battery brought up tho roar of tho troops. The regiment camped at Kahana last night, and this morning came through to Honolulu via tho Pali. General Macomb and staff met tho cavalry at tho Pail and rodo to Fort Shafter with tho reglmont. Tho march was a very successful ono, and tho men and horses enmo through in good shapo. Tho regiment will return to Schoflold Barracks tomorrow. mm HAS EE OU 0 ROUND SLAN TURKEY THINK IT'S TIME TO MAKE Tho war news Sundny and Monday mornings was as follows: Tho Mos lems of India have asked England to Intervene for Turkey. Constantino ple reports that women and children were killed In tho bombardment o Tripoli. Italian torpedo boat destroyers boarded and searched an Austrian mall steamer. Tho Italians have abolished slavery In Tripoli. Greeco has neutralized the Corinth canal. The United States Is said to bo urging Rus sia to Intervene. Tobruk, a Turkish port, has been bombarded and marines landed. A rumor of a naval light, via London, concerns the loss of two Turkish destroyers and 300 lives. Circular To The Powers (Associated Press Cables to The Star.) BERLIN, OCTOBER 9. TURKEY HAS SENT A CIRCULAR TO THE POWERS ASKING WHETHER THE TIME HAS NOT ARRIVED FOR PEACE. SHE IS READY TO CEDE TRIPOLI UNDER CERTAIN CONDI TIONS. TRIPOLI, OCTOBER 9. THE ITALIANS HAVE ORDERED THE S.UP. PRESSION OF SLAVERY IN THE INTERIOR. ARABS AND TURKS ARE SURRENDERING. Canal Open 1913 BELLINGHAM, Wash., Oct. 9. President Tnft, in a speech hoi'O today, predicted tho opening of the Panama canal in July, 1913. Battle In Mexico CITY OF MEXICO, Oct. !. Three hundred Federal troops routed 1C00 Zapatistas In an all-night battle. Out on Parole PEORIA, 111., Oct. 0. Banker Rodgors has arrived hero from JolIoL Storm In Mexico NOGALES, Octobor 7. Delaeil. A score of people woro killed at Oritz, Mexico, in the course of a storm -which lasted from Tuesday to Thursday. Guaymas was damaged. SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. y. The steamship City of Panama has arrived "flSlilnged by a storm. Tho passengers were panic stricken. Taft On The Coast WALLA WALLA, October 7. Delayed. President Taft arrived hero to day and had a public reception. Portuguese Royalists Beaten LISBON, October 9. A royalist torce has been defeated at Vlnhait3 with a loss of fifty. The royalists are now entrenched and awaiting aid. The Dynamite Cases LOS ANGELES, October 9. Tho ro-examinatlon of Harrington ha3 been postponed pending the quiz of the first venire. Amateur Wins Auto Race .PHILADELPHIA, Octobor 9. Hrwln Bergdoll, the amateur, lias won tho auto race over Bcnz. The timo was Chief Counterfeiter Caught WASHINGTON, October 9. Albert Leon, alleged to be tho head of tho coast counterfeiters, has been caught. No Unripe WASHINGTON, Oct. 9. An order orango shipments from Florida. Great Naval Shortage WASHINGTON, Oct. 9. Thero Is a discrepancy of $3,000,000 In tho ac counts of the navy yard. Morning Cablo Report on Pago Seven, E S Henry Cobb-Adams roports ho has collocted to dato $1079. GO for tho now Knneoho church. Ho hns sont out 127 lottors, from which but ft fow roplles havo boon received. Mr. Cobb-Adams hopes all thoso to whom ho has writ ton will soon reply ono way or tho AN CHURCH D OVER EACE 3: IS: 41. No accidents. Oranges lias been Issued to confiscate Utirlpo other, as it will bo necessary by Oc tober 31 to report to II. L. Kerr, ar chitect, what amount Is going to bo nssurod, so that ho may know wheth er it will bo necessary to rcduco tho size of the church from what was orig inally planned. Tho supervising principals of tho TorrRorlnl schools nil called on Super intendent Popo this morulug aud dis cussed tho nffolrs of their schools. Fine Job Printing, Star Office,