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From Sin Frsnelseoi
1 tiiiioliitmi No veinber
For Ban Francleool
Keren November
From Vancouver.
Murnni'.i , December
For Vancouverl
MiiKnra December
ESTABLISHED 1882. No.
INTERVENTION IS IMMINENT
SUNDAY SET FOR BIQ CLEAN-UP
Changes
In
U.S. Work
Likely
It mm- In. lu.i-tiMM.'irv tn trim thu
Kpcclllcutlon-t fur tho iiiliiilniiitrntluii
building ut l'curl Harbor In u consld-j
iiililu cxtcnl, mill In rcudvtrtlsu fur
I.I.Ik. This fur thu rcliFon thut nil lliu
IiIiIh riccnlly turned In fur tliu work,
Imlli here iiiul In Washington, run sev
eral thousand dollars over tliu JSn.uHi
iippiupilulloii.
'1-1... ......t...l.lllli t.f c...i.li-i.i-ll..l,iif In
111 ..1r. ,,. J III .,..',, ,
unpleasant tu tho liavul engineers here, J
who Iiiul counted tin gelling liotli thu
iiiliiilnliilriitliiii building iiiul thu store
house miller way noun, iiiul having thu
tun completed ut thu same tlint'.
tjnoillclul mlvlces fridii Washington
Ktnto that thu l.nnl-Vuiixk Knglncerlng
'. of this i'lty Ih thu lowest bidder uii
thu storehouse, thu llguri-H being lb?.'
i)0i iih against thu upproprlntlun uf
JlOd.ililu. Tills being thu rune, It Ih
likely that thu local firm will buiiwurd
ill I he contract for Iho work, iih thu
Ihii hlllUUlIKH ur Hot I'Olipleil In thu
bidding In any way, It wiih stated this
luoinlng by naval authorities.
tliu Hiiggcfillnil for cutting down ex
. pclo.rs'uii lliu HiIlilfllHlriltliill building
'-. Ih lo subs'llliile wooden columns for thu
relnforc'ed'concrete now culled for. This,
according to the naval engineers, would
In no way effect I'llher thu IooIh or
thu iluriihlllty of lliu IiiiIIiIIiik. Hu lit
tle ruin fullH at I'earl Ilnrbor tliutKolld
woiuleii columns would bint for nil In
lellnltu tluiu. without rotting,
LOCAL HON IS
ALREADY ASKED
TO DIG UP
The Hill Uiilona of Hawaii, which
wiih icceully oiguiilzcd hy lubor union
ists beie, ban received u "touch" letter
lioni lliu stevedores' union of Oakland,
t'.il' Thu letler, which ai rived I. ml
I'llilay, cu 1 1 hi iih n iiurpllsc Jo thu loc.il
uiilouulsts. It linked them tu contrib
ulu inuiiey tu help defray thu cxpiui'eH
of the Oakland union, which Ih on
Hlrlliu ill thu present time
Kanu staled lliH liiornliiK Hint lb"
l.tlir urged n liberal miliHcrlpllon hy
tlie Hill Unburn of lluwull, mid iih tliu
local hill llllH ullelldy pledged llhelf to
Hiipiiort other hritlichcM of lliu long
fchurcuieirK iiKKocbilioii on the lualii-
land In I linen of need, lliu leadiTH of
Ibu bill Iiiivi decided In coutrlbiile
wbnt uiiilley liny cull collecl froui the
iiienihcra
Kiiiih Paid Unit u letter wiih received
fioui thu heaibiiinierH, iicknmleili;liiK
the reeelpl uf lliu iippllcallon for It
churler frniii the llul I'libum. It Ihcx
peeled Ibal lliu charier will mrlvu on
the next Hlelllller flulil thu Cu.lt
LEWIS-POPE
Thu cnnlroverHy mined by Chalriirin
JmiiuH I). Lenin of Ibu Hawaii hoard
of HiipeivliiOrK wllb thu departinenl of
i, ul. He Instruction. Ih helm: kept mer
rily up by I.iuIh, who claims that IiIh
i'cuiict for luforniallou wiih curtly r
fiixiil. Just why I.eulH U luaklui; Ilia
Unlit Ih not known Inro.
I'ollowlui; Is the coinpletii ciirre
riHiiuli'iii'i) hilwiuu. HupervUor I.uwIh
nf llll. i mid Kiiperlutiiidiiit l'opu of
thu Depurlllli'llt of Public llirtructlou
II Iiuh e lo uppeur where thu He.
(Continued on Page C)
CORRESPONDENCE IHlKlttN
Evening Buldtin
.. . . - .
3 1
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3:30 EDITION
5085.
T AFT
IS READY
TO ORDER U. 8.
TROOPS TO ACT
(Assocl.itfil Pith atl.)
WASHINGTON, D. C NOV. 16 PRESIDENT TAFT IS AWAITING
THE RESULT OF A CONFERENCE WITH SECRETARY OF WAR STIM
SON AND GEN. LEONARD WOOD, CHIEF OF STAFF, BEFORE ORDER
ING TROOPS TO CHINA.
THE WAR DEPARTMENT IS MAKING EVERYTHING READY TO
TRANSPORT TROOPS SPEEDILY IN CASE OF SUDDEN ORDERS.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Nov. 10.
Commander 8. 8. Robinton, left under
yeart according to present plant. She
proceed to Cavite.
PEKING, China, Nov. 16. Gen. Yuan Shili Kai, the new premier. Is
forming hli cabinet. There are no nobles in it and only a few Manchus.
Thirty thousand imperial troops have joined the rebels and are marching
to Nanking, where the rebels have been met with the most stubborn defense
of the revolution. A decisive battle li Impending.
Gen. LI Yuen Hung, president of the provisional Han Republic, has asked
the foreign consuls to recognise the federation established at Wuchang.
Men Ashore 4 Days
I mil not Biirirl30il that
tho datu
i if Milling of lliu Pnclllu lliM-t ban been
postpolii'd ms 1 1 1 November 'Si," culil
Ailihiral CuwIuh thU iiiiirnluf:. "Ah
ii niatler of fact, delays of olio kind
or another arc apt tu turn up li rltit;
mid after target practice, and wliuru
Iheie Ih no iinuniuil hurry It Ih Lelter
In IniMi everylliliiK JiihI rlr.lil borurn
btartltii; mi a crillKu of HiIr kind."
.N'ewH from the count Ibal Admiral
TIioiiiiih' licet would not hu ublu lu
i.all fi nin Kan I'raiiclm-o for IliU poit
for a full week after the da Id uiIk-
In.illy iiniioiiuced, wiih received hern
STEEL TRUST WILL FIGHT U. S.
SUIT FOR SPEEDY DISSOLUTION
BY C. S. ALBERT.
IHiHclal llul tut ill Cortcppoiiilfiicr'.)
WAHIIINtVJ'ilN, I). .. Nov C Tim
hrliiKlu; of a null for lliu involution
of Ibu Unlteil KtaleH tlletd Corpora
llou cniitlnucH to hu a topic of lulcrcHt.
It Ih certain thu trunt will oppiiHii Ibu
action In every pohhIIiIu iiiaiiuer, Tim
iiioht ileteruiliied mid dranialiu llcbtyet
waned under the Klierinuu Act willful
low. Three or four yearn will ho re-
iiilred tu leach u ileteruilunlloii lu thu
Kiipreuiu Court. Up In thin lime thu
effect upon Ibu KccillltlcH of thu Hteel
Triikt Iiiih been hIIkIiI. Thu net Iosh
on the couuuou Hlm'k Iiuh not exceeded
15 ii xbare Afl the lultueiicu that could
bu exerled by J I'lerpont MorKaii und
other hiiillim lliianeler wiih elTectlvu,
und lliu Kovcriimcnt'H proueciltluu cru-
The maJor-Kcni-ruI'M kalute uf thir
teen kiiiih booiued out fioui tho Naval
Klallon thin inorulni; In honor uf Gen
eral (Murray, who paid bin otllclul call
on llunr-Adlulral CowleH, Tho cour-
lexy will hu returned by Admiral
CowleH t lil uftcrnoon ut 3 o'clock, when
hu will cull oil Ibu coiiiiniiuder of thu
WuHlern Lil vIkIoii nt Hie Mnjuii Hotel
General Hurray ban opened hU Ho
12 PAGES.HONOLULU,
Tho protected cruiser Cincinnati,
ordera for China today, to stay two
will go by way of Honolulu and wilt
la((tlili;lit.
The t'liuiiRn of plans
inuaiiH Unit the four crulscrH which
are Id iniiku lliu irailH-l'aclllc cnil
will be beru for ThunkuKlviiiK. and
that tliu Jackle.s will be able tu vat
their ThankHclvlnt; Turkey aHbore.
It Is likely, uccurdliiK lu naval men
here, (bat the Joint arrival of tliu hoi-
tday mid the licet will be mndu an ou
cm-Ion fur extended tiliuro liberty, and
that a number of'nallorH will bu al-
lowed from Tliiti'Hduy lu Monday In
lloiiululii. The HblpH may lake on
Home coal diirlni: that Hole, hut mine
likely no Hurlous woik will bu done
until Monday.
n I eil only Ii one-day ripple In Wall
Street.
The Department of JuMlce otllcialH
have by no iiiuiiiih iibalidonetl their
orlKlnal liitentlnn of hrliiKliijir criminal
priA'eiililiKK liKulln-t lliu uuthnrltlcH of
the Kluel TriiHl, If HiihHeipirut duvel
opiueiitH warrant hiicIi ii cuurhp. The
mailer ban been carefully considered
und the coiiclimlun reached that hiicIi
iictlun may bu taken luter. The pre
eliii) time Iiuh nut been decided. The
u.licIalH inuy wuit until mi oplnlun Iiiih
b.-en handed down by lliu Circuit Court,
which beam the original plunx. It
uilKht po.slbly be deferred until a final
verdict Ih rendered hy Ibu rlupreiuu
Court Tho fact Ih not denied thut thu
criminal priwecutlou of Hleel Trust In
dividual Iiiih been and U lielnn care
fully considered.
nolulu vlnlt with two Htrcntioux days
of InvuHtlKiitlou. Yesterday, lu com
puny with General Macomb und i-everal
xlaff ntllccm, hu made u railroad tour
of the Island, ami this iiiornlnir, after
IiIh rail at the Naval Station, hu spent
smne time ut army hcudiUurterH In
conferenco wllb thu department coin-
iii.inder.
Altbouith iliiieral Murray will ulve
thu ureal er part of IiIh time to the
! question of added defense for Oabii. he
will lake thu opportunity of looking
lliitn existing iih mil iih fuliiro coudl
tlniis. Kvery army post beru will bu
limpected, and nil Ibu troops turned nut
for review
BULLETIN ADS lAV
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER. 6, 1911.
R.R Rebate
Discovered
Again
NEW YORK, N. JY, Nov. 16. A
, N. JY, No
largo group of prominent Chicago bus-
iness men and thirteen officials of var-
ious railroads running out of Chicago
have been Indicted by a Federal grand
jury for alleged secret rebating.
HITS 8,000,000
I
(Ho. rial Dill I el In .'.ilil-1
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia, Nov
1C
Crop failures are reported over
twenty provinces. Eight million peo.
pie are In dire need.
MISTRESS TARRED
(tWlnl II ii II oil ii ('utile.)
LINCOLN CENTEH, Kansas, Nov.
16. Four men here, accused of tar.
ring and feathering Mary Chamber.
lain, a school teacher,' have pleaded
nullty. The affair Is causing a Ire.
mendous sensation In all this part of
Kamas.
U. S. WILL NOT FIGHT
T0BACC0C0.'S PLANS
(Special II ii 1 1 el In Cable.)
WASHINGTON. D. C, Nov. 16.
The United States drpartment of jus.
tice will not appeal from the federal
court's approval of the American To.
bacco company's plan of dissolution,
e e .
BIG GUNS FOR TURRETS
OF NEW BATTLESHIPS
IHpccliil nu 1 1 el in Cable.)
WASHINGTON D. C, Nov. 16.
Three fourteen. Inch guns will be In.
stalled In both turrets of the new bat.
tleihlps Oklahoma 'and Nevada, It was
announced today,
CANADIAN STRIKERS
GET BETTER WAGES
(Hiwlal llll llul I e '.'able.)'
ALBERTA, Can, Nov. 16. The
striking coat miners will return to
work Monday at Increased wages.
BISHOP SMITH DEAD
(Kix-cl.il II II I lei III Cable.)
PHILADELPHIA. Pa., Nov. 16.
iahop Mackay Smith Is dead of heart
disease.
SUGAR
HAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Nov. 15
.Stiitiir: in! di-KrecH lest, 5.131c 1're
vhius quotation, 5.1 He.
MOTT-SMITH NEARS END
OF LONG, WEARY JOB
Secretary R A. Mott-Smlth or tho
iHiurd of health In at tho present time
hard- at work on the annotation of
the compilation of tho health lawn and
luKiilatlunH.
This has boon a luni; job nn al
thoiiKh the end Is not quite 111 ulnllt
yet he thinks that lie ran at last nee
davllnlit. The work carried him rlliht
back lu (ho llrst lawa Hint weru made
and he has had lu trace encli one
throtiKli and hCo whether tliero were
any passe,) after that revising It or
allerlnc It In any way.
KANSAS SCHOOL
A ."tW
Ads. Are Business Hcbse Corner Stones
CITIZEN FORCES
CALLED UPON TO
HELP CLEAN CITY
Everybody helps!
Not 8unday has been named a special day for disposing of the garbage
piled up all over the city.
Almost every business firm in town is volunteering the use of its wagons
and drivers for that day.
The work will start at 7 o'clock, and
employed on the work, there will be a hundred or more drays donated by
private individuals or firms.
Those who have not been reached by the citiren.' committre nnd who are
willing to help the cause of "Cleaner Honolulu" b furnishing wagons should
communicate at once with Walter F. D llingham or J. J. Uelscr.
Knclns lliu problem uf garbjgo pll
Iiik up nl Hi" rati uf kindreds uf tan.
a day all over the clly, twi, fiircon,
public and private, will bo ho I tu
work. Tho municipal roul depart
mcnl's wagniH mid iiioii hat been
riilluil inlii artliin. thu hiinril nf mi
mvgrH making thu urrangemcnU
Iuhi nlr.iit
I The pi Unto fiirt'on arc being asrom
Med by Waller V, Dillingham, eli.lr
tuuii nf thu clll'iins' committee, ami
'J. .1. Reiser, of the Honolulu Con
btincllon & Druying Company. Chair-
Jinan Dillingham -Vlll- I'pirt- I oft he
committee at Kb meeting thin after
noon on tliu progress uf tliu wo!k
"HORSELESS" ROAD DEPARTMENT
FOLLOWS ACTION OF DOARD
Itoad Supervisor CliarleB Wilson cal inoiuenl, and as "I latiawakl" would
that he wiih head of a horseless road
department.
Minus horses, mules, carls, wiikoiib
and practically everylliliiK In t!u
eipilpmeut which mlKlit bo considered
iih movable. Wilson Ih now in a hjm-
Ion where he DiiiIh himself hI til the
nominal head of a department of tliu
city and county government, but wiyi
utit tlie necessary machinery lo carry
on IIh must Important functions.
Hy a clever move on thu huk.tvIb
rlal checker board, last evening, mem
bers Uiw, Dwlitht and Arnold, slipped
cue ovur "Hoss" Mccieuan anil inn
Kepiihllcan Kiipimrter, Murray,
Hupervlsors KniKcr and Anianu for
Borne reason best known to them
l elves failed to be present at a, crltl-
19 ENTER BULLETIN AERO CONTEST
Nineteen bo'H have entered models . When Iho machines pro lined up for
In two or mine classes of thu Ilu I l-j Inspection In Hie name ball of the
tin's model aeroplane contest, 41ilcli;Y. M U A. Saturday afleriionn, and
In to be decided Saliinlay aflernooii.l when lliu actual llyliiK tests begin,
Thu largo entry list speaks volumes
for the Industry and camencss uf lliu
yiniiiK luveiilors, for they have been
wiuklUK under tliu greatest illllleul
:'ch, and have met with revermiH that
would have discouruKed u less spirit
ed crowd,
In the hli; maltilaiid cIIIch where
model flyers aru now linger a novel
ty, special rubber hands fur lliu mo
tors, patent fasteners fur propeller
blades, and other appliances for mo
dels can be purchased at thu stores.
Tho boys here were forced to send lu
Iho Coast for their accessories, and
when the liirvltnhlo bruikaKes occurr
ed In trials It left them strictly up
against It. Hut those that wero gamu
stuck with It, mid as the result there
are lots of dyers that will really II y,
nnd gliders Unit will really glide, al
though the models aiu somewhat
cruder than would have been the cusn
had tho base of supplle-i been nearer,
Thu II u 1 1 o 1 1 n'g contest has
arouse,! so much Interest among tho
contestants that several of them have
already subscribed for aero papers,
and one or two have gono so far as
gono so far as
lo send fur iiilnlature gas enylues.iiexl, and the Jury has been Instructed
piaile especially for models.
J
12 PAGES.
in addition to the regular wagons
.Mr. Reiner was called upon hy Mr.
blllliiKliuin in all experienced draylue;
mid transportation man ami lliu two
have uncut a lance la I uf -die lu.U
two iluyM iIcvIhiiii; pIiiih for nssem
blliiK ami ii er.tlliiK a IiIk force of turn
and drays In order to Kit rid of thu
countless piles of i;:irb')i(u uc illuillut-
liiK over lliu city.
Hhoilly before iiihiu today Mr 1111
lliiKham and Mr Reiner had promise
of help from many of the hli; linns
nnd others wu'e r online In praclloally
.ih faal p tin y oiild ho readied. They
arc zlvlmr I Iih ii"o of- men and' teamU
fur one day, next Hunlay, and It is
(Continued on Page 2)
Tlie passuKu of u res 'liillon lulro
duced by Dwlcbt did the trick. It
lead an followH:
"That, from an lurliidliiR Iho 1'itli
day of November, Hill, und until fur
ther action hy the board, all curls mid
wagons of thu road deiarluieiit he
turned over to thu KarhaKe depart
ment for thu purpose of cxpcditliii;
'lie cartlni; away mid dlsisislng of tho
banana stalks and rubbish ceuerall'y
resnlllui; from the rleaniiiK up of tlie
u 1st r let of lloiiululii."
Road Work Practically Pau.
It was only by dint of much expeu-
ultitru of etuquencu that McClellnn
rnd Murray Haved nomu few frng-
nienla of a once well equipped road
(Continued on Page 4)
lliu showing will be well wiilth of Ho
iinlulu.
Following are the entries:
Stanley Mott-Smlth, .loi. I'arrlns-
( ton, Alfred Yap, ClauJe King, K.berl
1 utile, Malcolm 'I little, I laniard Da
mon, Howard Srovlllu, I. eon Kbirsnle
T)hoii Nurgaard, Itoht. Home, Itunanl
lllgglus, Aully Mtiuaiilay, Frank Day,
Dan Hand, James (liirvle, l.o Hoy
DiihIi, Until. Holt, Wm. Harris und
Pred Carter.
HAS NOT YET DECIDED
JURISDICTION MATTER
The Jury In the case against Moto
hiira, a Japanese, over which Is in
volved thu mailer of lliu Federal Court's
Jurisdiction over lliu Lellebua reserva
tln.i, Iiuh been excused until Monday at
10 o'clock.
Judge Clemuns aniiniiuced this morn
lug that be bad not yet mado up IiIh
mind iih lu what wiih to bu his decision
j In Iho matter,
I Tho ease again
will lu all prohuh
Inst Sergeant McMuhon
will lu all probability cuiue up Tuesday
to appear then
Business announcements In Ins EVEN
INQ BULLETIN are always verified at
the counter In the store, onti build up
a reputation (or honesty and fairness
which can nut ho attained in any other
way.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
DAV
Immigrant
Charter
At Once
Assurances that Inure Is no danger
of jellow ruler outbreak bale been
given A. .1. Capipbell, uguui of thu
board of Immigration In Kuropu, und
It wiih stuted al the board this morn
ing that another Immigrant ship will
probably be chartered within a few
days,
Commissioner of Immigration Clark
hopes lu have the chail.r dosed by
next Monday. Alter the single case,
of fever developed here, the board
felt tlie wisest policy lu be a walling
one, ami Agent Campbell, who was in
Ioudou, was Instructed accordingly.
Since then the Hoard has watched
the health situation closely, hut no
inure cases have developed and tho
danger period Is considered practic
ally passu! Mr Campbell Iiiih been
negotiating for a number of charters
and might tu bu able lu make arrange
ments, fur another ship very quickly.
KAUAT teachers
PLACED UNDER
According tu a win-less received hy
President uf thu Hoard of Health Dr.
J. S. II. I'ratt. a case of diphtheria
has been .discovered at llaiiapcpe,
Kauai. - .
He has no particulars except thiiui
where the cafe wiih discovered there'
Avcro four teachers IHlug ami theso
huve all been quarantined. They will
in all probability have lo stay to for
reteii ilaya.
Another death has been reported In
town from diphtheria. Albert Sllvn,
lliu sIxtcen-uiontliH-old son of u hack.
driver, died yesterday nt the rlill
dren'H hospital Thu family llted In
I'alnmn.
DAY ON MARKET
Ml kinds of good news was flouting
around today among sugar men and
Mime Intel cslcil in sugar slocks.
lliu exclusive atiniiiiucruieiit yester
day lu the llul let I ii that llutehln
mii had Increased its dividend frpm
ten to twenty cents starled tho wtivvu
of optimism. Then announcement
was made that Wuliualmlo had, In
creased its monthly dividend from
K'.f.O to H, from November 30, Mil,
tu nnd Including March III, 1012.
I'ala auiiiiiiuces mi extra. $1, making
a J J total on December 1, und Haiku
us expected, followed suit, with an
other miuuiinceiiieiit uf SI extra.
The maiket was quiet today but tho
tomi Is belter than fur smile Hum
past. Sugur Is Hearing the llve-ivul
mark as the veuroii closes, encli day
shutting iho natural downward ten
dency, bill II Is evident thut tliu new
nop Is lu start at a line llgtire, mid
as boon as the tariff hlttintloti begins
to cliuify, lliu Blocks are bound to
go up.
e s
Tliero Is lu bo u' meeting of Iho
buard of health this afternoon ut half
pr.sl Ihreu o'clock nl which Dr. Rup
ert Hluu Is tu ho present lu meet tho
members.
H. C. HENDRICK
Acting Agent
Corner Merchant and Alakea Street!
QUARANTINE
EXTRA DIVIDEND
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