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Pram tan Franoleoet
Wlthrliiihm October 31
Far San Franelaeal
Sierra October 25
.enlniidln November 8
Mornmn ,..i November 7
ESTABLISHED 1882. No.
A report that Governor Frenr Is
shortly going to the mainland, and that
IiIm visit la III connection with the.
charges mnilu by, Delegate Kuhlo, Is
persistent. The Governor" this morning
admitted that he considered n trip to
the mainland uml that It might tuku
him to Washington.
4( lii"rom Washington comes the reiiort
that Secretary Fisher wants Kuhlo to
he there when the charges are taken
up, und It Is believed thero that Kuhlo
hud an Intimation of this when ho
made his plans to lenvu here on No.
vember 8, There Is ho grddnd what
ever for the assumption nuida.uy pen
pie opposing Kuhlo that the charges
lire not considered serious by Fisher,
and It Is certain that they are consid
ered serious enough to take Kuhlo
buck" to Washington.
"Have you 'uny plans for going to
Washington within thu nuxt two
months?' the Governor was asked this
."I may .go over to brine y family
bock, uiidlCTni"iitliraoi-riior then I
shall go on to Washington on a busi
ness trip," he replied.
He wns asked as to tho "letter cam
paign" apparently being made In his
In half. "Whatever knowledge I havo
of this, either directly or Indirectly, I
do not think I am In a position to give
out," he said. "If anyuno chooses to
write, that Is his business and Is prl
wite." Asked as to tho progress of clearing
up the Knu complaints, ho said that
the iiltorney-gciiiriil Is walling until n
verdict Is returned from the circuit
court on the Kalwlkl lots. Ho said
that he has no Intimation that nn In
vestigation of Kuhlo's charges will ho
Further details of tho great Btorm
that swept Formosa, last month, and
In which Honolulu-built sugar mills
made u remarkably good record by
withstanding tho great forco or tho
typhoon, have been received by Man
ager C. llcdemami of tho Honolulu
Jly mall from tho Orient laBt Satur
clay, Mr. Hcdomunn received tho fol
lowing letter, dated September 21.
from n Mr. HIM, prominent buslnoss
man of Formosa:
"I returned hero on tho seventeenth
of this mouth nttor u very hard trip
fiom Japan. When I was enjoying
. the hot spring at Ynmanuka at North
Japan I got a cablegram from Mr. Ma
ruto telling mo that thero was most
serious typhoon In Formosa on tho
morning of tho 27th, with big damago.
"I leU Kobo on tho 30th 'and got to
Keeluug on the third and went to the
station to buy a ticket to Kyoshlto.
There I was Informed that the rail
way to Kyoshlto was much damaged
nnd some of tho bridge spans were
fallen ut Tnlnakel bridge, which Is a
long, high steel brldgo between TaD
lioku and Talchoo. 8o I went to Tul
hoku nnd stayed thero one night.
"Tho town was nil flooded hy tho
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Although Gpvornor Frcar does not
know for certain, having heard noth
ing definite from Hie coast, he ox
pects that Dr. Dine, tho sunilnry ex
pert who Is to take Surgeon Carter's
place lu tho examination of health
matters In tho Islands, will arrive
here Tuesday next by tho Wlllielmlna.
PLANS FOR WORK
As tho result of a ennforenco In
tho Governor's ofllce today uctlvo steps
nro lu bo taken In connection with,
tho big sanitary reclamation schenio
for Kewnlii. Tho district In which
work will ho started Is Dial between
King street and the sea mid hounded
by Houlli street und Ward avenue.
The nun evs arc now completo uud
tomorrow the ball will be set In mo
tion by tho health hoard. Secretaiy
E. A. Mntt-Snilth, Attorney General
Alexander I.lndsav, Jr., and Superin
tendent of Public Works Marston
Campbell wcro with tho Governor for
quite a cimsldcrahlo tlmo this morn-1
Tho working nut of this scheme
may bring into ,ncrntton part of tho
$250,000 revolving fund thut was ap
propriated hy tho last legislature for
MUNICIPAL CUPBOARD WAS BARE
There wns n hasty gathering of the
members of tho supers Isorul road com
mittee last night, und then mid Iberu
followed the transfer of one thousand
dollars hi good coin of the realm with
which to continue the work of luipiove
ment of Nuuami iivenue.
Tho city and county road committee
rushed Into the breech Jiff In the nick
of lime. Tho city coffers, or nt least
that portion assigned to Charles Wil
son's furce of la I ion rs, had been de
nuded of the needful coin with tho
payment of labor claims on last Fri
day. Fait Is, the road department had
ovtrdravwi Its appropriation set aside
STRENGTH OF MOBILE ARMY IN
OAHU IS SLIGHTLY INCREASEB
Hawaii Is to get nn Increase In its
present mobile, army, not by tho Bond
ing of mora tcglments or luttnllnns
hero, but hy an authorized Increase
In the strength of each company or
Infuntry and troop of Cavalry now
stationed in tho Islands. This Increasn
applies also to tho Philippines an I
thu Canal zone, nnd Is In lino with tho
earnest recommendations of olllcers!
that havo been stationed In lliwall
and other tropical or scml-troplcal
Tho Infantry hero gels nn Incrcaso
of twclvo men per company nnd the
Cuvalry of ten men per troop. Tho
Tlecent developments lu the Industrial
world, somewhat shaking the security
of combinations, worked against the
formation of the great lumber combine
proposed on the I'uelllc Coast by II.
K. Fierce of Spokane, In the opinion
of F. J. I.owrey of Lowers & Cooke
Ltd. Mr. and .Mrs. I.owrey returned
yesterday on tho Manchuria after u
live months' trip that Included Furopu
and the States.
Mr. I.onrey said this morning that
his trip was almost entirely one of
pleasure, but his comments on some
phases of business that he noticed are
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tho filling In of Insanitary lands, al
though It Is hoped that the owner
will cooperate by defraying the cost
themselves especially as. If they do
not, II will only cost them more In
tho end and the laud will have to bo
tilled In Just the samo at their ex
Thu figures of tho survey show-that
It will take 408,843 cubic yards to d.)
all tho lllllng necessary. This will
bo contracted Tor all ns ono Job and
is to be advertised ns soon as the
owners have mado known arrange
ments and plans. '
Tho plans for carrying out tho
work are simple. The hoard of health
will take the matter up and make out
a list of all property owuerB In tho
district, This they v.'.ll send across!
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for Xuuanii nvenuo work. Wilson let
the large force of men continue Sat
urday inurnlug, but when tho tlmo to
Mlllt rnme around, the laborers were
liotllled that there would be no further
demand for their services until such
time as tho city fathers saw tit to ilnd
money to carrs mi this branch of street
Saw Vision of Empty Dinner Pail,
It was then that u squad of one hun
dred and tlfty laborers who had been
on the municipal payroll for some
weeks past saw visions of thu empty
pol bucket nnd the diminishing allot
ment of tlsh on thu family table.
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Field Artillery also comes In for n
small Increase, nnd thero Is a reduc
tion In tho strength of tho Coast Ar
tillery. Although tills general order
for reorganizing tho strength of tho
army lias not been received at head
quarters of tho District of Hawaii as
yot, It wa3 approved hy tho Secre
tary of War on October 4, and high
olllcers hero nro looking for depart
ment of confirmation nt any time.
The order authorizes for each Cav
alry regiment a headquarters detach
ment of fourteen men; for each Fluid
Artillery regiment, nine mounted or
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Interesting to Hawaii.
"We were In Furls during the en
cltement over the threatened trouble
with del-many," said Mr. I.owrey this
morning. "In fact, the banks there
were liotllled to hold their gold nnd
take In us much ns possible, 111 view
of thu talk of dllllcultlcs with Ger
many. However, that seems to have
passu!, for you have already received
n ports that they are coining to an
Their trip took In a large part of
I'urope, and tours In Itusslu und Nor
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the Window Through
TERRITORY OFiHAWAII, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24 1911.
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(Associated Press Oal.le.K
PEKING, China, Oil. 24. Less than
half the membership of the national as I
sembly was present today.
The revolution le 'rapidly spreading
to the north. The city jof Sian has been
won over by the rebels, and Hukow
captured. It Is reported that a num-j
ber of officials were killed In the fall
of Klu Klang.
REBELS STRONG IN
SOUTHER CHINA, TOO
(Kperlut till I let In Cable.)
PEKINQ, China, Oct. 24. The rev
olutionists ara mobillxlng in the prov
ince of Yunan. Southern China.
Special mi 1 1 'tin Cabl.)
CHICAGO, III, Oct 24 The four
teenth annual session of the American
mining congress began today. The gov
emment's policy In connection with tha
opening of the Alaska coal lands will
be a feature.
(Hpevlnl II ii He tin Cable.)
MALTA, Oct. 24. The estimated cas
ualties In the bombardment of Beng
hazi by the Italian warships number
4000. The British consul waa wounded.
U. S. TROOPS ARE
RECALLED FROM TEXAS
(Special Ilullntln Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C Oct 24-The
War Department la recalling- most of
tha troops sent to Texas for the Mexi
HARD TO GET JURORS
tBlieclnl nutlet In Citile.)
LOS ANGELES, CaU Oct 24. No
more jurors were chosen for tha Mc-
Namara trial today.
PARLIAMENT IN SESSION
LONDON, Eng., Oct. 24 Parlia
ment has assembled.
U. S. AFTER LUMBER
TRUST IN ST. PAUL
RT. PAUL, Minn, Oct. 24 The fifth
government eult against tha alleged
lumber trust was begun today.'
. TWO MEN ARRESTED
Charged with having committed a
htututory crime, Joseph l'edesta, this
afternoon, waived examination before
Commissioner Charles H. Davis and
will accordingly conie up for trial In
tho ordinary way.
John Gouvela, who. It Ib alleged,
took the girl to l'edesta, was also at
tested today and charged under tho
Whlto Slavo act, Ha also waived ex
amination and will como up with Fo
il est a.
H. E. HENDRICK
Corner Merchant and Alakea Streets
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LIVE WIRES IN THE NATIONAL GUARD OF HAWAII
'el. John . Jones, Adjiilaiit.denera I (left) und Capl. Waller II. Jolinxni,
II. S. ,tH the ew liisiiertor-lnntriH'Idr.
A battalion of Hawaiian mounted tho preference when tho time comss
scouts not n militia organization, huUfor enrolling such a force, and It was
Federal troops modeled after the fain- ns an added Incenlhe to hard work
ous Philippine smuts and tha Forto with tho National (luard that thu
Itlcan Infantry Is "a isisslblllty of the Scout oiganlzatlon was mentioned by
near future. This matter, of such Colonel Jones nnd Captain Johnson.
vital Interest to the Islands, was Militia Would Remain,
touched on by Colonel John W. Jones, Tho organization of Hawaiian Scouts
sdjutuut-gviieral of thu National would have no cited on tho standing
Guard of Hawaii, und Captain Walter of tho organized mllltla of tho Ter
II. Johnson, U. S. A., the new Instruc- rltory, but would give u chance to
tor-Inspector of the guard, ut an ofll- some of tho olllcers und men who
cors' meeting held last night. ft.-iko to military life hut who do not
Such a crack battalion of Infantry caro tn enter the regular army and
would ho distinctively Hawaiian, and loavo their homes, to lake servlc
would be mado up of officers and men with Undo Sam and et remain whom
who knew every foot of tho Island, both Inclinations and their greatest
and who would prote of luestlmablo usefulness lie.
vnluo to tho regular troops lu tlmo of "I think thut ultimately thero wilt
war. It Is prnbablo that militiamen be organized lu this Department, '
who could prove themselves above the. Bald Captain Johnson, "a battalion of
average In efficiency would be given
HUMILIATED BY ASSIGNMENT
BY C. S. ALBERT. '
(Hpeclal till I let I n Cmresiiondelice.)
WASHINGTON, l. 0., Oct. 12. Tho
detailing of Iti-ur - Adinlrul I.ucleit
Young, well known In Hawaii, to be
coniiu.ilid.iiit ut the Key West Nuvy
Yard, lias aroused a whirlwind of pro
tests from Ids friends here. They de
clare It Is without precedent for uu of-
llcer of his rank to he given sucliv'nii
Inslgiillleaut assignment. A post of the
Key West cullher Is uIhiijs , turned
neer lii ii mere llelltellullt-collllliulllleri
three grades below that held by Ad
The friends of Admiral Young In
-t.-i-..i it. .a ....I.... ,llu.liiilniitliiii urti tl
'lielnir nruetlsed itgulust 111 ill. Officials
iHiKltMl llltll IIMJIin iiimiiMiuuiiiwH ..
of tho Navy Department explurn lliui;ing the life and services of tho dead
the admiral Is soon due for sea dutjVsallor.
and It would be useless to disturb u
long line of existing assignments to
temporarily give him a more prominent
place. This Is the only satisfaction
that has resulted from the tumult.
Admiral Young Is well known In Ha-
null, He Is reputed to have been iutte
a f.ivorlto ut court during the times
preceding the deposition of Queen I.I-lluokulanl.
at the World
Hawaii Is Plan
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During the Kpaiilsh-Auierleiiii Wur
Admiral Young wns highly commended
uml rewanled for bravery.
Admiral Schley's Death.
The sudden death of Itear-Admlral
Schley, followed hy u military fumriil
and Interment ut Arlington, seemed to
almo"t cover, If not heal, the wounds
remaining us u result of the S.uopxiu
Schley controersy. Naval olllcers gen
enillv, even those who bad condemned
Adiiilial Schley for making the famous
loop at Santiago, Joined In kindly ex
pressions of regret uml sympathy.
Will) few exceptions, all the long line
of olllcers from Admiral Dewey down
hail soinethliii; nleasant to sav regard
Iteiir-Admlrnl William F Fetter, aid
for personnel to the Secretary of the
Navy, was the most conspteiious mid
distinguished of those who refused to
recognize Death us n Until arbiter of
the long-pending dispute. He positive
ly declined to pay a tribute of any
knd to Admiral Schley, saying to all
, "I have nothing to say,"
Thinking merchant ara redding (na
fact that thousands of dollars wasted
In any old advertising can be convert
d Into producing quantities by using
the proper medium to reach the buying
Try the EVENING BULLETIN ae a
PRICE 5 CENTS.
( Aninctlt1 Pi,- Cabin.)
PHILADELPHIA. Pa. Oct. 24.
Coming from behind, the Philadelphia
Athletics made up a lead of two rune
secured by New York in the first in
ning and again defeated the Giants, tha
score belnp 4 to 2. "Chief Bender
pitched for Philadelphia, holding the
Giants to seven hits, while Mathewson
and Wiltee, who succeeded him, were
pounded for eleven hits, Baker making
The attendance was 24,355, the cash
recelpte being $40,967.
Score by Inningsl
Philadelphia .,, .00031000 I
New York 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 02
Ilecnuse a sample of lol taken fromq
bis premises was found to be below
the standard, by Food Commissioner
Kdwurd II. Illnnchurd, Chang Yen), a
Chinese manufacturer, Is tn be arrest
ed tills afternoon.
Fur from dropping the light against
the pol factories who will not com
ply with the requirements Illutichuril
Is keeping a watchful eye on nil of
them und the gentleman who Is to be
arrested this afternoon halls from
IS LIBERATED AGAIN
After spending six months lu Jail
Feodor Kolesulkolf, a Itusslan, came
back Into the world again this after
noon, Kolesnlkolf claims that he waB a
high officer In the Itusslan army dur
ing the war with Japan. The pay ho
received was twenty-five cents a
month, lie was shot up on various
occasions and llually was captured
mid taken caro of by the Japanese.
Dr J. Chris O'Day, the Portland phy
sician who bus been dealing with Uie
Hawaiian leprosy situation In u series
of articles In the Medical Sentinel, pub.
Ilshed at Portland, closes his series
this month with an arraignment of tho
Territory beeuuse of alleged connection
between the disease und politics.
The lurgrr part of the article Is taken
up with mi nttack on Hawaii. He also
Insists that Ids action and Inlturnca
resulted In the resolution presented by
the late Senator Frank It. Harvey to
the Sen He of UK) 'J calling for an et.
iimllliitlou of Inmates of the leper set
tlement. The closing article Is characterized
by the same Inteinperniiee of statement
and often Incorrect Kugllsh that dis
tinguished the other two,
The physician nays In part:
"The carelessness of one Mrs.
O'Leury In placing n lump within the
kicking radius of a cow (her cow, t
believe), not only raised h I In Chi
cago, but won for the. cow u fumo that
Mrs. O'l.eary herself never Intended the
cow should have.
"And as Mis. O'I.eary's carelessness
In placing a lamp was the cause of
much talk concerning an Inoffensive
cow, ko It was In Hawaii by the care-
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