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ESTABLISHED 1882. NO. 4745,
10 FADES. HONOLULU, TERIUTJRY'.OF HAWAII, -MONDAY, 0CT03ER 10, 1910. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
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SPIRIT? m ORTUGM
DECIDE QUARANTINE STATION FOR
I - I
By Armed Mobs
Portuguese Rioters Are Driving
Catholic Orders Out Of
. LISBON, Portugal, Oct. 10. Illotlng against tho rcllgloua ordors.
which 'has'hrnken out with great vloleilco In many parts of tho country
.since tho' republic was declared, reached 'its climax hero today, when
,a wllil mob attacked ono of the convents, drove tho nuns out by phys
ical forre and sacked the structure which was almost demolished.
The religious orders luivo generally been hold favorahlo to tho
monarchy, and Roman Catholicism Is now tho subjoit or widespread op
position on the part or tho mlddlo classes. Willi this Is the fact that
tunny of tho monasteries and convents havo l fell holdings, and this Is
repented by the poor people.
' The republican government Is expelling many of tho Cathnllr lead
ers from Portugal, which gives tho mobs confidence hi their work of
destruction. However, tho government Is making nn organized effort to
KING AND QUEEN FLEEING
, CI!!IRA!.TAR, Oct. 10. King llumtcl, fleeing from his fallen mon
archy lu Portugal, will go to Kngland on the' yacht Amelle. Ho started
today.. The, queen dpYnge,r will tnko refuge in Italy for the tlmo being.
'They have attendants with them, and several of tho royalist leaders
will 'go to England to meet the king Inter.
PLANS FOR GREAT KAU
IRRIGATION IIHNI ARE
-Plana for tho construction of tho gested but that n consideration of the
groat ninety mllo Irrigation ditch on-vproblem would proceed on a basis of
the Island of- Hawaii hao now been the Oovernmont granting a fifty year
formally placed before tho Territorial license to tho corporation undertaking
Government for lis consideration, tho work of ditch construction, tho
A conferouen was hold this morning ditch to icvert to tho Government at
between Oovornor Frcar and J. T. Me- tho expiration of thnt time.
Crosson of tho Hnwnllan Irrigation1 McCrosson helioses that the rnn-
'Company, builders of tho big llama- structlon of tho ditch Is practicable
kua ditch, at which 'tentntlvo plans for and If satisfactory arrangements for
tho construction of tho ditch from the tho granting of tho license 'an bo
Hllo district around to Kau wero ills- mado ivlth tho Territorial Oovprnmcnt
cussed at length. there seems no reason to doubt that
Upon tho conclusion of the confer- suniclent cnpltal will bo obtained to
enco Governor Krear stated that a float what will bo tho blggeat Irrlgn-
number of propositions had been sag- Hon undertaking li tho Territory.
GOES AT PAR
Further Declines On Market
Bring -Surjar Stocks
Sugar slocks had anoUior bad morn
ing of It on tho local market, ami
hows fiom San Francisco is that tho
mainland market Is weak also,
Locally? some of tho securities that
huvo been on tho toboggan for sovernl
days w enf- fastor this morning than
ovir, Walalua, which has declined
steadily for several nooks, hit. par,
100, this morning with a bang, coming
all thi way from 112 slnco tho session
Pioneer Mill, another of tho falling
slocks, reached 100 and plenty of It Is
nffcred at thai pr(co without any tak
ers, Tho same may bo Bald of tin
most of the declining sccurl'les. Ha
waiian Commoiclal oipoilencod anoth
er ootoro shock, and Oabu kept going
down without effort. Olua was cut
a lit t lo also.
The biggest salea woro in Oahti,
many investors having apparently de
cided to get froni undor. On tho board
Hie volumn of business was hugely
Ilrokers' row Itj icslgned to the
slump now and tho feeling Is general
DISCUSSED AT CAPITOL
I that a lot of high-priced slocks will
bo' coming down boforo tho first of De
cember. Figures show that on January 2.1
last Walalua was selling at 73 and 72.
I after which Its riso nbovo par was
IN ENGLAND SETTLED
(Special II ii lint In Cal.le.)
LANCASHIRE. Hng., Oct. 10.
Tho, cotton mills here today resumed
work after thu recent lockout caused
by labor troubles. The lockout Ib
estimated to havo coit $t30,000.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct, 10.
Ilects: 88 analysis, 9s. 0 l-4d.j par
ity, 3,90c. Previous quotation, 9s.
HIS MIDDLE NAME
Georco Drowning MrClellan, sor.ro
lary (n Pilnco Kuhlo, Delegato lo Con
gress would chimge pnrt of his nnmo
and ho has received tho formal auth
orization of Governor Frear to do so.
Mr. McClcllan petitioned Governor
Fienr to allow him lo substitute Mc
Kluley, tho maiden name of his moth
er. In plnro of Drowning and this has
been granted, tho law requiring that
n mil Ice bo published lu tho daily!
pross for Eovcral weeks,
(AniMK'tntnl I'i-pm Cable.)
WINNIPEG, Ont., Oct. 1,0. That
1001) IIm'h hjivq been Mit In thi
gieat forest fires that have been ragi
lug thioiighout heNorthwest coun.
try sesuu evident from 'the reports
that keep coming In of additional
dc.iths. The (lames are still raging
in many so tlons, cnrrylng every
thing before them. Kour or five
towns hnvc been lost and property
to the nlue of many millions of do
Hundreds nnd hundreds of obrpses
nre being found, In many places lit
erally by the dozens, where men,
women and children havo been over
taken by the flames nnd killed al
(AnxncliUiil I'rciw Cable.)
PHOCNIJC Urlf,, Oct. 10. The
Demounts today nro In control of
the constitutional convention, which
Is railed hero to frame an organic
act preliminary to Statehood. Do
publicans nro making a fight f'ir
control, bu( with little hopo of suc
A former resident of Honolulu,
Jntiisf.cilwtitH Is tho youngest
.miubbM fil tltt'lioiistltutlonal convon
tlon'wlficn ll meeting at Phoenix to
day to" frnmo an organic act that
will be submitted at Washington.
White was born In this city, receiv
ed lils early education hero nnd lator
graduated from Stanford University
In the class of '9C, taking up his res.
Idenco nftorwards In Honolulu. Then
he went to San Francisco nnd from
there to Arizona. He Is a Repub
lican. ENTOMBED MINERS
(Asflnrlntrd rr-HB Ctfhlo
STAKKVU.I.K, Mo., Oct. 7. The
miners now known to bo imprisoned
In the workings of tho Colorado Fuel
& I)on Co.'a mines near hero num
ber fifty-five, nnd so far all efforts
to get to them have been useless.
Tho fans are kept working night and
day and the rescuers havo hopes of
reaching tho men before It Is too
(Pprrliil 11 ill let In Cable.)
HOT SPRINGS, Ark., Oct. 10.
Colonel Roosevelt attended the State
fair today. Tho grounds wero
crowded to their capacity by peoplo
gathered to weitomo tho ex-Presl-dent.
HUGHES PLACED ON
(Rperlnl Illltlet Ifl Cable, 1
WASHINGTON. D. C, Oct. 10.
The United Stntes Supreme Court
convened today. 'Governor Hughes
was seated on the Supremo henrh as
an associate Justice of tho United
States' highest coutff, '
LOSE T0PJCKED NINE
(Hpeeliil Ilulletln CuMi-.l
PHILADnU'HIA, Oct. 10. A
picked baseball nine today defeated
the Athletics, champions of tlio
American league, by a score of f to
4, In ten Innings. j
ROOT AND THE PRESIDENT
8p-elnl Dull ft In Cililo.) I
RKVKRIV, Mass., Oct. 10. Pres
ident Taft and ex-Secretary Root'
held a long conference hero today, '
Mystery Surrounds Action of
1 ' reckons Jin Recalling' '
. J, Subpoenas.
BELIEVED TO BE SECURED
Captain Houdlotto Informed
Sunday That Whole Crew
Would Not 'Have to Appear
Considerable mystery surrounds tho
ictlon of tho United States author!
tl's In connection Willi tho wholesale
Issinnco of subpoenas that were ill
reeled Saturday against every mem
ber or tho crew, and all tho offlccrs
of tho Oceanic liner Sierra.
The nctlon taken by United Stntos
District Attorney Ilreckons was
prompted by a report that tho Sierra
had been made use of by opium smug
gles, believed to havo been an after-
ninth tit the .bl-rjjij.noo opium seizure
thnt was mado TO Ilreckons h few
weeks ago In a Chinese, houso on Ku
Yesterday afternoon Captain Hotid
lette was Informed that tho United
States Attorney would not need tho
crew, nnd offlccrs of tho Sierra boforo
tho Federal Grand Jury this morning
at 10 o'clock, for which tlmo tho sub
poenas had been Issued.
In explanation of "the falluro tomako
uso of tho subjioenas It Is stated that
Rrcckons has secured all tho Informa
tion ho needs by prlvato Inquiry and
nn examination of a few members of
tho Sierra crew himself.
In reply lo a question this morning
Dreckons stated thnt ho had a few
members of tho crew boforo him and
also acknowledged that ho had "found
out somothlng." Ilreckons was secret
lvo about tho developments nnd tho
decision yesterday thnt tho wholesale
Issuanco of subpoenal was unneces
sary was apparently duo (o tho fact
that tho United Stntes District Attor
ney has secured his needed Informi-l
tlon from some olhor channels,
Tho Federal Grand Jury did not go
Into session this morning ns planned
eight of the Jurymen being excused
by Judgo Robertson for cause, no;
leaving enough to allow proceeding,
Additional Jurors will bo called for
servlco this altornoon nnd It Is exj
pectpd that the new Grand Jury will
mnko a beginning this afternoon at 2
Alleged to Have Stolen Money
From Employer Claims
To Be Officer.
George Ilarman, a young Hawaiian
Is In I ho tolls and ho had two charges
laid against him at' tho police court
this morning. Ono was for being un
lawfully on tho premises of another,
und the other chargo was that ho had
embezzled tho sum of (179 from
James D. LevluBon,
Tho first cuso wus tiled right uway
und Hnimau, being found guilty, wus
sentenced to thieo months' Jail. Ac
cording to Chief McDiilllo tho young
man had Impeisonnted a special offi
cer, and had flourished a big revolver
when ho wns asserting thnt ho was
one of McDulllo's sleuths.
On the hcroml chargo of embezzle
ment, Ilarman. waived examination,
nnd was committed for trlnl at (he
Circuit Court, pmvldlng that thu
Grand Jury found a trim bill against
"Shq's pretty," la about all ono can
say of soino girls.
TO BE TALKED
With the Chamber of Commcrco nnd
thu Merchants' Association meet lug
Jointly, the question of n location for
ihei now federal building .will bo ro
opened today. The two bodies nre dis
cussing the matter in a sort of com-tnlttcc-of-the-v,holc
this afternoon at
three o'clock In the Chamber of Com
merce. The meeting Is called with tho ex
pressed purpose of naming a "second-
choice site," to fall back on In enso the
Mahuka site Is not found available.
Tho talk of n "second-cholco" being ne
cessary ha come up within tho past
few days, und the slto most talked of
In caso tho Mahuka property Is not
used Is tho one proposed by Rudolph
Sprockets, which fs bounded by Mer
chant, Alakea and Queen streets and
nn extension of lllshop street,
Around town this morning tho fcol
Ing wns general that Immediate nc
tlon ono way or tho olher Is necessary,
or tho federnl appropriation may not
bo avallablo nnd another would bo
difficult to securo.
The second cholco of Bites so far as
known now will llo between tho Sproc
kets property nnd tho Irwin property
known ns the Ojiora Houso slto.
Hade Is Traveling All Over
Kau and Claiming to
That some haolo is masquerading a
Chief uf DeterlUes McDuHln on tho
Island of Hawaii, is tho latest news
from Kau. A man Is traveling all
over tho district nosing ns McDufflo
nnd living on th'o fnt of the land. IU
drops Into some lettler'a houso and,
utter getting a meal makes himself
at homo. Ho then lights his plK
nnd ban a comfortable smoko; tho fact
that ho smokes n pipe settles tho mat
ter as far as his being McDuffie Is
concerned. (Tho jopular Chief never
loucncs n pipo and finds nn occasional
clgnrctte enough for him.
Dut tho funny part of tho story Is
thnt McDufflo Is In Honolulu and, as a
matter of fact has never been In tho
Kail district. Tho chlof wns In Hllo,
n couple of weeks ago, but did not
stray beyond tho VAlcano House.
McDufflo Is wrathy over the matter,
and he Is trying, to find nut who Is
Impersonating him on Hawaii. It will
go badly with tho faker If tho big
chief lays his hands on him. A wire
less has been sent over to Captain
Fetter of Hllo, telling hlm'of tho mat
Icr and asking him to lay the bluff
artist by the heels.
Prisoner's Dash for Liberty
Cut Short By Fleet
(8r'll nut let In Ccrttiqiomlentv.)
H1I.O, Oct. 7. Another prisoner
made n daMi for liberty last .Wed-,
nesday, but, as Is imually ths'rase'
here, his spoil of freedom was but
n short one, Tho man, n Filipino
named Haldenioro, was serving a
term In Jail for larceny, having heonj
committed from Puna, lie was work
ing with a gang nt tho Mooliw-.i
Park, and made his escape without
being seon. Ho wns, liowcve-, on
nilsjed by Wallchun, the pari: keep
er, who Immediately notlllol the au
In the tneaiitlmo Ualdenuirti had
(Continued on Page 3) .. i
Port Is Plan
Federal Physicians And Mott- 3
bmith Agree On Suggestion .
To Washington ,
If the plans of President Mott
Smith of tho Territorial Hoard of
Health and the physicians of tho Unit
ed Slates Marine Hospital service In
Hawaii rccclvo tho approval of tho
authorities at Washington, Hllo will
bo mndo n iort of quarantine nnd a
qunruntino station will bo established
there and maintained by the Federal a beginning In tho work as outlined.
aoernment. Tho President of the Hoard of
President Mott-Smlth returned from. Health reports thnt the g'eneral health
Hawaii this morning on tho WllheVcondltlons on Hawaii wero found to
mlnn and slated that tho' most Ira. lie good and that tho sanllnry regih
port object of his mission wns cnn,
siiicraiion 01 mo proposal to make torlal noard of Health after the opl
Hllo a port of quarantine. Idemlc of several months havo been
"Doth tho Federal physicians nnd followed.
the Territorial Hoard of HoaUh-con-
oiuer wiu cHinmiHiini-ni ot a qunrnn'
tlnO Station Ul Hllo ban bellll- nartl. -
cularly essential lo tho hculili conill-1 of (he Federul MnrlnH Hospital service
tlonB on Hawaii," stated Mott-Smlth.jwlll ho mifficlml to cause tho kov?
Dr. Ramus brieves that It Is advisable eminent to niako Hllo a regnlar port
and every offort will bo mado to so-,
cure favorable action by the nulhorl-illovcd
tics at Washington." "
Tli notnl,llli..m r0 ..lt J..1...K.
nu voinuiiniiiut.-ui ui uu iiuwtUKfr
BRING PARENTS TOGETHER;
If tho nffatrs of real Ufa turned out
ns things do In the short stories that
flood Die magazines, there would have
been a different ending to n pollco
court caso this morning Tho title of
the story would havo been snmo thing
like "A Little Child U-d Them." Hut
l hero wns no such romantic conclu
sion, und Frank Gouvcla, who was
charged with having uspiI threatening
language to his wife, was ordered to
find bonds to tho amount of $250. to
keep tho peaco or clso go to Jail for
four months. ,
And nil tho tlmo that the wlfo was
swearing that her husband" had benten
WORK TO START
Ground-Breaking For Y. M. C.
A. Set Week From
Ground for tho now V. M. C. A.
building nt tho corner of Alakea and
Hotel streets wllj, ho broken next
Tuesday, Octobor 18. by the contract
ing firm, the Pacific Knglnoorlng Com
pany. It was on thls'dule a year as)
that tho V. M. C. A. ended a whirlwind
campaign for building funds, raising
l4li.fno in (lvo days of nctual. effort.
Sluco that tlmo tho year has been
occupied In getting ready .tho plans
nnd specifications for tho now build
ing, and It was only last Saturday that
tho contract was let.
It Is hoped to compleo tho building
In tlmo for occupancy next October
Tho comer stono of tho present build
ing was laid on September 2S, 1882,
und If posklblo the new building is to
bo completed by September 2S noxt.
An Interesting feature in rnnnecllnii
with the lolling of thu conlrart Is that
thu successful bidder's figures nro
aro within $100 of Architect lllpley's
culosls cnmialgn on Hawaii .will be J
attnllum t-t.au! nf t ! A !! ikn tl... I
.1.1111.1 hi nit vi iiiu vinii u HIM liu ( M
sldent of tho Hoard of Health to tho i
Dig Island. Mott-Smlth stales that
tho samo general lino of campaign
that has prmed successful on Oahu
will bo followed In combating .tho rnv.
ages of tho dlseaso on Hawaii and
that no time lll bo lent In making
lotions thnt wo Imposed by the Terrl- -3
Thoro seems lltlo dqubt thaftho "
recommendations or the Territorial
1Tf.nltli nptvirlmnnt nn Mm ti)ivalrlnna
of quarantine, something that Is bo-j
to be urgently necessary by rea-..
son of the fncreaslng traffic at tliQ!4
'l.l.j .. II.....II J
mik nii k ill fiunuil.
GIRL TRIES TO
her, nnd had also pointed a revolver 1
nt her, a baby girl of threo years old, j
kept running hack and forth between!
tho witness stand whero hr mother 1
wnsf nnd the chair on which Jier
"Dndda" sat. Tho baby Vnilil not un
derstand tho matter, and she "tried to
drag her mother by tho hnmUto where
"Dndda" wns. Tho mother npoim..l
utterly Indifferent totbo effort of t!i. J
child, hut tho man was almost broke'rCl
t.nnH.n.1 .ltl.n.. .1... 1.t . , ...-? t
ii-iuu-i. neii uih iiiiuy luunu mai
her mother would not go to her father,
she climbed on his knee nnd nestled
there. The fnlher burled his face In
, ww..t.uk. Wll AOVG A I
estimate. The architect's entlmntowasl
i.i.,iim, nun me rncmc i.ngineeruiff
Company bid $132,200,
Snoclal cxeirlspii nrn nlnnnn.i far
the ground-breaking next Tuesday. "8
RPWPRAI PnTTQ CM '4
route to Washington
Hrigadlcr General Itamsey D. Potta.
commander of tho department ofa
J,uzon, Is now en routo to tho United
minus tor treatment ror his, eyes. i.
upncrul Potts wus succeeded In
command of the department of Luzon
by Colonel Ilutllold, temporarily un
HI further orders from Wnshlngtott
named u successor to General Potts'
According to a report In MaiilltT
under dnto of September 9 tho board
of surgeons who uxnmlned his eyes
recommended thut he go to the
..- , 1. . ... . . . -
oinies iiiiincuiniciy ror treatment tiy a
specialist und ho wus to leave! within
u fow days for Washington.
According to u wlioless recelve'rU
from the Chlyo Maru last night byj
Hackfcld and Company thnt vess'elj
will bo oft mrt nt six o'clock on Ved-J
"v-"ij iiiwiuiuh, .iiviu are a low
passengers hooked from Ihls port for
tho Orient by tho Chlyo nnd tha'
steniner villi sail Wcdnesdny afterjl
tin mr luKtiiiiiiua as sne is two unyn
behind schedule having wnlted "for
Prince, Sunn at Ran Franrlsro. jffl
KecKiessness otten gets the name oti
tittw&tifauiat ' , Hfiiihiii i,,