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Prom San Franeleoel
Lurllnn ....October 18
Per San Franoleeoi
Mongolia October 21
Zcalandla .....November 8
Mamma , November 7
ESTABLISHED 1882. No.
TERRITORY STOPS CHINESE DRILLING HERE
BELT-ROAD FIGHT GOES TO COURT
There In more than meets the cjo In
th turning down of the hlilx for t ho
renovation of the Judiciary building,
says Superintendent of Public Works
Mnrstnn Campbell, and bo has wired to
Knn Kranclsco to llml out where tha
trouble lies. All the IiIiIm wore throun
out yesterday and Campbell Intimated
the renson why they were no high Is
not it Rood oik.'. I
When ho utul Architect Illplcy start-I
nl In to iimke nut the spcclllcatlnns
they bail In front of lliem, he asserts,'
figures from the iniilnliuid factories on
the prices of nil the material necessary
to carry out the Job. One of the main'
linlnta where thero In H big illlTerenco
from local bids In that of tho bronze,
Tho prlco that cumo down from tho
mainland uiih J62 each, mid on thin
basis the specification wrro laid out.
Now, however, theso show up In tho
bhlH ns costing snmovvhero nlaiut 1300
each. "I enn not make out whero the
illrTrrenco Is," said Mr. Campbell this
morning. "I Imvc wired ocr to Han
Kranclsco to II nd nut. Either the prlco
that wo wrrq given In the first place
wan wrong or elfo tho prices quoted
to the contractors bidding wns wrong.
We hope to straighten nut tho matter
nml have the new specifications out
within u few days."
. ubrary rites
A. Lewis, Jr., chairman of tho Car
negie library building committee has
received uBsurnnco thai President Da-
Id Starr Jordan, of Stanford Univer
sity, will he in Honolulu next Sa'itr
day for tho exorcises In connection
with tho laying of tho cornerstone
and Mr. Lewis unlit this morning that
tho Stanford head will deliver ono of
tho nddresses of tho occasion.
It will bo a memorablo occasion
too, Mr. Lewi Is now preparing the
collection of articles to ho sealed In
tho llttlo copper box and placed In
tho cornorstone, and among them aro
boino raro copies of Hawaiian paporH
and pamphlets. Dorgor's hand Is to
bo In attendance scats aro being ar
miigcd for spectators, among tho
guests will bo savorul distinguished
men horo and clsowhoro nnd tho pro
gram will bo an unusually Interest
ing ono. Tho coromonlos nf cornor-
Btono-laylng will follow tho Mnsonle
tradition under tho guldanco of Ha
waiian Lodge of tho Masons, and spe
cial Masonic music will ho rendered
by a quartet heuU by Arthur K. Wall.
CHAMBER TO AID
IN FIGHT ON
4 "The Chamber nf Comincrco Is
deeply conrorncd In tho threat-
ened barring of our plneapplos
and bananas from California,"
said Prcsldon! K. I. Spalding
yesterday, "und wo shall cooper- ;
ate with tho local nutlinrltles In
preventing this action so far as
"It saams to bo n raso for euro-
ful packing. Tho Chatnhor has
already, through Its commlttco,
gnno into tho matter, nnd now
that California has manifested s
nn Intention of Blunting out the
fruits unless local shippers tnko
more euro In packing, tho Chum-
bor will aid and onrourugo nny
movement looking toward a sys-
4 tern of packing that will Insure
our products going Into Cullfar-
J "t ! v v 'V & -i S i J y '
An Art to Prohibit I'ersons from
Associating Themselves in Mil-
Itnry Companies or Organ Iza-
tlons or for Military Purposes,
and or tho Giving or Receiving
or Mllltnry Instruction.
Ho It Knacted by tho Legislature
of tho Territory of Hawaii:
Section 1. Any two or moro
persons who assoclalo themselves
together with others within tho
limits of tho Territory of Hawaii
as n military company or orgnn-
4 Izntlon for mllltnry purposes or
to glvo or receive military In-
structlon, other than those be-
longing to the regularly organ-
Izcd military nnd naval forces of
tho United States, or of tho Ter-
rltory of Hawaii, and those at-
tending nnd receiving such In-
structlon at a public school,
without tho written permission
of the Governor, which ho may
nt any time revoke, shall ho gull-
ly of a misdemeanor nnd upon
conviction thereof shall bo fined
In a sum not less than nno linn-
drcd dollars nor mora than live
hundred dollars, or Imprisonment
for n term not exceeding six
months, or both.
Section 2. This Act shall take
effect upon Its approval.
Approved this 28th day of
April, A. D. 1309.
WALTKR K. KItlCAU.
Govornor of tho Territory of Ha-
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Local Chinese prnsresslves who
dreamed Inst night of reaping a har
vest of medals and nil tho honor of war
as soldiers of tho "Chinese Hawaiian
Legion," had a rude awakening this
PLANS MADE FOR
OF BOYS' I
A detailed report on tho planR for
tho now Hoys' Industrial School build
ings at Walaleo has been mado by
Superintendent Willis T. l'opo to thn
Hoard or Commissioners of Public In
struction. The plans urn sot forth as follows:
Tho prcsont appropriation for these
now buildings at Walaleo amounts to
130,000. It Is proposed thnt theso now
buildings bo of reinforced concroto.
Tho largest Is to bo a two-story bnso
ment building about 40 by 90 reot.
Tho second building it small ono-stnry
structure to bo used as kitchen Btnro
room and pantry. This building tn bo
near or adjoining ono of tho present
frame buildings, a portion of which
Is tho dining room. Tho third struc
turo Is to bo u ono-stnry concroto
htrucluru some 40 by 'JO feet In di
mensions, for the purpose of housing
Biirh departments assembled as will
best utilize tho powor, steam, etc. It
will Includo tho laundry, blacksmith.
MAN WHOSE VOTE
Otto O. Foolkcr, Iho man whoso
vnto knocked rare-truck betting out
In Now York nnd Incblcnlnlly almost
ruined tho racing game nil over thn
United States, will ho n spcukor at
tho big I-aymen's Missionary conven
tion next week.
Mr. Foolkcr Is u piiBhcngors on thn
Paclllo Mall llnor en route from tho
Orient, nnd a wireless reply Is ex
pected from him tonight, Tho cunt
mltteo has not mado final nrrango
ments but hopes to do so this even
ing by wireless.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU,
morning. Kor thero will be nn com-'
pany nf Hawaiian Chinese recruited
here to llulit on the side of the reo-
lulloi, In the 1-l.mcry Kingdom Gov-
ernor ITcur, backed up by the laws of
the Territory of Hawaii, says so; and
us the Governor also happens to lm"
the barking of the local police, tha Na-
tlonal Guard nf Hawaii nnd, If nrccs-
snry, the troops of tlie United States,
It IS highly likely that ho run niako
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The Governor's authority for re- P"la third baseman, pounded the ball
questing the yming Chinese near-Mil- out for a home run In the ninth, teor
dlers to disband before they have i"B Eddie) Collins ahead of him. In
startrd Is to Ira found on page 183 of their half of tha ninth the Giant, got
the Session l.aws of 1909, and Is en- Hartog aero.s, tying the score. In tha
titled "An act In prohibit persons rrom aleventh Baker .cored again,
associating themselves In military Mathew.on pitched and Meyers
companies or organizations or for mil- caught for New York, the Philadelphia
itnrv iiiirnoses. nnd fnr the clvliic and battery being Jack Coombs and Lapp.
receiving of military Instruction."
This will be u hard blow to V. W.
isil.1'11, s.miii'1 ,, iuuuic ...it i'ii... . .- , ,
sergeant nt fort Shnftcr. who saw ln.Th "" a. cloudy.
Ills "Chinese llnwallan legion" a Kold-
en opportunity to see some real light
ing nt tho head of troops of bis own
molding and drilling. '
Jlogert wns under the Impression thai
he could go as far as he liked with the
organizing nnd drilling of his company
provided that ho dld'nnt put them un
der arms. Tor drill purposes broom
sticks aro Just as effective as Spring
llelds, nnd not only Ilogert. but also
tho Territorial olttelnls and tho army
men. believed thnt the way was clcHr
until the Inw above cited was dug up
iron uio musiy inrs. .'Chinese mobs. It Is said that the
Colonel Jones, adjutant-genera of n hiy ,,,,, , wlrih Yuan
tho National Guard of Hawaii, and the ... K . ... . . ,.AJ, Hll.
Oiuernor's mouthpiece in Territorial
military affairs, culled on General Ma
comb at army headquarters this morn
ing and acquainted himself with the
text of the act, He wilt furnish Ito-j
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shop, machine shop, carpenter shop,
power house, pol factory and n bak
ery. This building may luivo a base
ment alBO. as It will bo necessary to
excavate to that depth for tho foun
dation. Theso basoments will ho very
useful for many purposes, such as
Btoro-rooms, spam for Ico-maklng mn-
Of tho 160 boys at tho Industrial
school about half of tho number aro
too small to tako part In tho con
struction work. They can bo kept In
school work and on light work about
grounds, whllo some 70 or 80 larger
boya can bo aaslgned to tako actlvo
part In tho const met Ion work, which
u ill In rntitliv ornvn tn tie n creatl
schooling of a practical nature and
of untold vnliio. Arrangements ran
probably ho mado to gho lliem a
small compensation for their
which niieht to aid 111 Inspiring thorn,
Tim uKiiroYlmiiln nxrnvatlon for tho
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KILLED N. Y.
Kuelkor gained thn reputation of
being tho bost-hutcd man In America
when his volo broke a. tlo In tho Now
York slnto sennto and Bmnshcd raco -
track gambling to flllldors. Tho dra-
inatlc scenes of that special session
or tho loglslaluro, called by Govornor
ungues, win iiovur uu iiiikuuuh. iuuiui
nun ueon n vacancy causou uy uuniu
In the Nlagura Kails district and a
special election hold to fill It
n,l...l in l.rnnlr thn tlo between tin
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TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1911.
(Assnrlsted Prfss l?ap I
NEW YORK, N. 'Y, Oct. 17. Tha
Philadelphia Alhletict mada it two out
of thret today by w.nnlng the third
game of tha aeries from the New York
Giant, on their own oround by a .core
of 3 to 2.
It took eleven Innings for the Amer-
lean League champions to beat the
Giants. "Chief" Meyers, the big In-
dian catcher, ecored for New York In
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.mw ,..,.,... u.o, w,. r..,..u,-
The attendance wat almost equal to
inn ot in gpfning asy, oving 4i,cio,
and cash gala receipt, totaled $75,593.
IN THE FIGHTING
f Associate,! Press Cable.)
HANKOW, China, Oct. 17 The
i German marines are reported fighting
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peh, Huan being recalled. The govern
ment is showing remarkable activity.
f Fperl.it nutlet In Cable.)
PEKING. China, Oct. 17. Kai
the capital of the province of Honan.l
la r.norl.d eanturad hv tha revolution,
ists. Thirty thousand revolutionists
and 25.000 imoerlallsts are believed
engaged in battle near Hankow.
(Sfclsl nolle tin Cable.)
LOS ANQELE8, Cal, Oct. 17
Three juror, in tha McNamara trial
have been temporarily passed. It I. be
Moved now the case will not go to tho
Jurx D'ro ueeemoer l
(Hnwlsl nutlet In Chl.)
MILWAUKEE. Wl... Oct. 17 Dur.
nn tha nrofirasa of tha invastlaation
t-dav of tha election of U. 8. Senator.
l... fttonhsnmn. Ll.i.t.n.n Morrla
of Wisconsin testified that he had
b..rH that Rtanhamon naid 1100.000
for his seat.
STOCK SLUMP FOLLOWS
TOBACCO CO. CHANGES
(Associated Tress Cable.)
NEW YORK, N. Y, Oct. 17. Tha
announcement of tha plan for reorgan
isation of the American Tobacco Com
pany precipitated a .lump In stocks
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The llrst army aeroplane bought from
.thu Wright Hrotlicrs In 1909 at a cnt
or 130,000 arrived In Washington to tin
placed In tho national museum as an
e a e
W l.mvtcr former iiiuvnp
Vt lWlir, lorillir major
Ht. Paul, has announced himself as nl
Democratic rundldato for the sent of
. ivnuin ,risiiu in uiu uuiirii ciiuirs nrn-
the Merchants Side
Suit was tiled III the Circuit Court juiirt'on Is u reWew uf the entire tnso
thin morning by John J. Wilson, from Hie standpoint o the complain-
through bis attorneys. Kinney. Pros- nt, C.nlliulor Wilson The commls-
Anderson Marx, asking for an ,lo ,omos In ton. scoring becau.e. It
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'"J"'"1" I'"11 "" Proceeding Is ..d. Wilson was not allowed
"" hc Ue,'Ul l,C!,th "illn 'f the holt- bearing befo-e It The point on which
r"'1'1 V'tcni. The suit Is directed Wilton's b'd, fie lowest, wns rejected
against the l.ord. Young Knglnccrlng y the rommb'sloii In favor of tbn
Company, to which was awarded tho l.ird-Vouni company, Is dwelt upon
contract by the loan fund commission, t lcimlli, nnd Wilson's llnanclal "re-
,, .,, , MlirstOII Cllllllllip II. SU-
peilnfiidrnt of public works; Mayor tractor are set forth fully.
Kern. Chairman Andrew Adams, T. II. It is ihargrd that the action of the
Prtrle and S. C. Dwlght, all nf tho cemml'slnn In holding Wilson an "lr
commission, and J. II. Fisher, auditor resiuisllde" bidder will ruin bis busi
er the Territory. nrss. It Is charm d Hint the contract
Injunction Is nskrd to prevent the executed with tho Lord-Young rom
eontractors from receiving any money pany Is void, The petition is brought
under tho contract, to prevent Unicorn- I" equity.
ms,lu.rh frn, npprnvlng nny vouch
era for work done, ami to prevent An-
dltor Klsber from Issuing any warrants
In piyment nf hills fer the work,
incorporated In the bill for an In-
ENTIRE MARINE CORPS OUT;
WEEK OF RIFLE SHOOTING
Marksmanship Is the one topic or
conversation and comment at Camp
Very Just now Wbere.-er and when
ever a group or murines get tnge'Mer
the talk turns to targets, bits nml p'r
centages, and nil the irdlnary rim cf
barracks news and giuslp hc'nnnii Mat
And this rllte talk Is ,ny nn means
lolllllied to til" milk and tile, for eveiy
nnd enlisted man In
rnnim.ind, with the exceptl !! of
Major Neville, Is now engaging In nc
ord pinrtlKo at the Kurt Shatter runic.
After several da)S nf practise tiling,
fn rial business of the trliM was
eoo inenced today, and roe Uii lemaln
iler or tho week the men will bo busy
nt thn targets
There Is considerable Incentive Initio
Marine Corps, as In other arms of tho
KAUAI DISAPPEARS SUDDENLY
Where Is the partner of T Mura-
nnka, tho Japanese who was arrested
fur runnlnc an Illicit still on Kauai
and who was before the Federal grand
lury this morning to answer the
charges? No ono seems to know, and
even the captive Japanese prof esses,
himself In Ignorance.
Yesterday afternoon Miiranaka walv -
ed the commissioner's trial but denied
tils cullt and stated that he hud nolli-
Ing to do with tho running or the still,
' loiter In the day. however, ho caliiol
around to thn other way of thinking piiruir uiu nni rciurn Tiien no weni
and admitted the whole thing At tho.dowii III the stream to sen what was
same time lie asserts that be had it
CAMPAIGN OF "PROGRESSIVES"
STARTED BY LOCAL CHINESE
A Terrltory-vvldo campaign for tho.
revolutionary movement In China has
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neen Biariei, uy uie progressives ...
iionoiuiu. ins morning r.uiiur vvonu,
of tho l.lborty News, tho Chinese pa-
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of Pr III'IO vapiluaii.K III" I tuiiliiiwimi I n . n nun uvuiiiieu in muiu niiiHin
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and later will go to Hawaii.
Ho has gone on a tour of the Is- Is reported that a largo fund Is to be
lands in support of the revolutionary' rained In Hawaii. He will remain on
movement, lie admitted In answer toMuul some three weeks, he said.
of the Story
H.OII. I Mill v" nnd ft II till 111 IT US a COII-
" Basis of Complaint.
Tllp tlllon for mi Injunction sets
f(irth the circumstances leading up to
the awarding of the contract The dis
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service, to become a crack shot. When
a mini reaches the grade or "marks
man" he gets 12 a month added pay
"Sharpshooter" tarries a bonus or $J
per month, while an "expert retleman"
receives IS. Hesldes tho Increase or
pay there Is the added Incentive or
competllhe rivalry, which Is always
keen, and especially so In I lie Marine
To show the dllllcultles of obtaining
top rlllo rntlngs, the records show that
out or the enttro Marino Corps or some
9000-odd men, thero are only 33 classed
us "distinguished marksman." To at
tain this highest honor It Is necessary
to qualify as expert rifleman fortbreo
successive years. The reward Is a
gold medal or a specially lit ted rlllo
with telescopic sights Out of tho 33
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OF "MOONSHINER" OF
partner In thn business, but does not
know where he Is
Ho and Ills partner, he stated, worn
running the still for a long time and
then a week ago Sunday they deelded
that they would ease up for u day and
take a rest The Japanese stayed
around the house whllo Ids partner
jwent off down to the stream where
the still was Ostensibly bo went to
have a swim; at least, Hint Is what
.tile Japnneso thought
Ho waited for some thnn and
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questions put to him by a rcpresenta-
v" Jr l", Hullo tin II" has re
coived n wireless incssiigo from Chin
on Mu nMn, for u iroKroil1,vo
leader to romo and set forth tho rov
olutlnnary principles to them.
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movement, evading tho question, but It
In choosing a medium for an adver
tiling campaign the shrewd butlnett
man inquires as to size of the clrcula
tlon and the character of the distribu
tion, both of which disclose what he it
getting for hit money.
Investigate the BULLETIN.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
NEW MIES FOR
Harbor Board Gets Report That
Conditions Arc Now Best
KEEP FREIGHT MOVING
OR SELL IT IS PLAN
Legal Point Involved Is Put
Up to Attornoy-Gencial's
Office Kor Decision.
The Honolulu wharves are frrer from
encuinhcrlmt freight than they have
been for years, ariordliig to reports to
the harbor commissioners, and thn
commissioners are well satisfied with
the work of the new harbormaster, W. '
It. roster who has been In olltce but
Harbormaster Poster will make bis
second report to tho board tomorrow
and Is expected to show that freight has
been moving at a more llvey rale than
ever beforu III the history or thn port.
Kxcept for some delayed freight at
Ilnckfetd wharf, 1'iiMrr lis. been aide
tn keep It all on the move, and the
tontroversy aroused over Ills appoint
ment hns entirely quieted down.
The commissioners havo n plan on
root that will quickly put a atnr. to
long delay In handling freight' on thn
wharves. This is to sell freight that Is)
left on the wharves and rcsonslhltlty
for which tain not be placed either on
thn Importer or tho ultimate consignee.
Tho legality of such action has been
taken up with the nttomoy-gcnrrn.'i.
department and the commissioners In
tend to make the freight movn or sell
It and turn the proceeds Into the Ter
ritorial treasury. This Is nn cxtrrma
measure that will only lie used In ex
treme cases where the freight Is left
on the wharf and apparently nn ono
will tako responsibility for It. How
ever, according to reports made to tha
commission, aueli cases aro not un
usual, though the money value nf tha
freight Is ordinarily small.
Harbormaster Kinder has bad llttla
iletnurriign to tollect under the new
regulations, the users of wharves tak
ing enro to get their freight off borora
demurrage rails dun.
A prominent commission and ship
ping man nbserved this morning that
the board will make n mistake If It
enforces thn demurrage regulations
'Tho consumer Is certain to have to
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FEELS SURE THE
MAHUKA SITE '
W n. Castle, chairman of the
special committee of businessmen 4
named tn get up Iho petition In
favor nf Iho Mahuka Kedorul
building site, when thn niitl-Mu-
liukii people wera gelling out tho
petition against it, said jester-
day that ho feels entirely con-
lldent that the Mnliilku ltn will
win at tho hearing hoforo Con--
gross. If one is held
"I feel sum the Miihukn site
4 will bo retained, and It Is per
s fectly logical that it should," he
said, "The opponents of tho site
seem to think that they have
won n great victory In getting
tho condemnation proceedings do-
layed until Congress opens, I
feel sure that the Mahuka site
will nut ho given up nl this late
date. As fur thn Allen site, I
regard Iho talk of tho advantages
of this us utterly foolish."