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.vjpi .iiuMaat IMiWMilIBiiBIMal rUlN'' !V '' p .4 1) ' 4 4.-- v.; , : Y- r.vv V,'-' r -, t tU' Ml ifrom Ban Franolsoet W "lforoii, .i.,. .,,.,. December For Ban Franoiecoi llyndea ,,,,, December From Vaneouvar. Mnkura .. Jiiminry For Vancouver! Xonlamllu i. January ESTABLISHED 1882. No. DAVIES & CO. TO SET CONTROL 66 SUGAR PEONAGE" CHARGES DENIED Hilo R.R. Not Yet Aped Tho IIIIci Itnllrnad Cuiii:iny tint not .Ml come tu u decision us to whether it tint It (till tii'itailit I Ilia fur Ml ill tifrfnu. ' " ! inn invi't iiv (villi vs. "ni-' went with tlm Territory, through tliu Inn I or commission, for tlio building ut tin- Kiln wharf. Tim railroad rniiiiiiiny held u Ions meeting this morning, ut the. coivclu hIihi of which 1.. A. Thurston Ktnteil to ii representative of tlie II u II e t u thnt the copy nf tlio resolution unit iigreonicnt passed liy the boaid yon tenlny liuil only Just been rtcolvedund tint t no decision linil been arrived lit. Unless tho riillroiul concludes to ur rcil the agreement, tile whole Hllo Avharf matter will liu ii In tlio nlr ngnlu, (ih nil nKreement Is necessary to tin building of tlio wharf, under the law-, mill (lie lio.iril'H action yesterday mean that It has gone on rceonl dell li lt.lv iih to ,ltH Idea of tho agreement. The form of nKreement passed by tin- board yesterday in iih follows: This Agreement, made this .... day nl" IU1.., by mid between tlio JVrrltoiy of 1 law u II. ucIIiik by mid through ItM Hoard of Harbor Coninils ,slolnrs, mid the Hllo ltallroad Com .paiiy n'i-oipiinitlnu' orgnnlzed mid 4-xlstlug ii'mlcr uiVJ'by Mrtuo of the laws of tho Territory of Hawaii, WITNIWSKT1I: That whereas by Subdivision C of Hectlun 1 of. Act ICC of the Session Ijiwh of Hill. the. sum of Two Hun ilied Thousand .Dollars (1200.000.00) was iii.iiIu uvallublo for wharf ami harbor Improvements In Hllo, In bo expi mled under tho direction of salil ltit.it il of Harbor CnminlsHoners, but upon iiinilltloii' "that tho Hllo Itull lo.nl Company enters Into an ngroe miiit sntlsfuetory to tho'lbirbor Com mission to extend Us rnllro.nl to Mich ivharf and thereafter to operate It tu such wharf iih ii common carrier for n lino of not less than ten years"; Now, theiefor'e, pursuant to tlio lei ins of said condition It Is hereby low minted mid agreed: Klisl That In consideration of tho construction f a wharf us hereinafter Hgned tlio Hllo ltallroad Company In i thy covenants and iiKrees with tlio Tdrllory of llawull that It will, as inoii as the precise situ of said wharf Is selected, forthwith proceed to ex tend Its railroad to said wharf mill thereafter to maintain the same ami opt rate Its nil I Ink' stool; over the s.imo to said wharf us u common carrier for the term of ten years from the dato of the completion of said wharf. . (Continued on Page 41 WHY HAWAII IS AFTER IL S. HELP "The l'hlllpplnes, Al.isl.-i nnd Porto "hint will ull be nut for 'generous Keil eral uppioprlatlon, for a display ut tho rmiaiua-1'.iclllc exposition, mid I feel thai Haw-all ought to get mi appropria tion also," said riuiliinuii II. 1. Wood of the llawull exposition commission this morning, "Hawaii should be aid ed at least moderately. Why, tho Philippines, It Is said, will spend over a million dollnrs for their exhibit." The plniiH of tho Hawaii commission are elaborate. Chairman Wood stated this morning thnt tlio palatini! of scopes for tlm Hawaii building and display alono would occupy nn nrtlst for two years, and tho usseinbllng of the various brnncheH nf tlio exhibit will be n IiIk tusk mid nno that will talio fl tun now to HUE. "It Is nono too early to begin now," unlit Chairman Wood, 'Tor tho next few weeks there will bo little done, for wo havo iih yet no appropriation mid the members of tho commission coming from tho other Islands have to pay Hair own expenses. Wo hope when tho speclnl fission of tho Legis lature meetH piovlslon will bo made for fiuuls'to entry on tlio preliminary ""'""(.J-UIS .M. Evening Bulletin 1 13 3 2 3:30 EDITION 5104. PLANTATION DEAL CHANGES CONTROL OF KUKAIAU CO.! Negotiations nro prnctlcnlly com plete whereby the control of Kukal.iii phinlatlon, Island of Hawaii, passes from the hands Of Hubert Horner lo T. 11. Davies & Co., Ltd. ' This 1s tho statement from authori tative sources, reports of which today formed the most Interesting topic of conversation for local plantation mid business men It Is stated that tho consideration Involved Is close to J2C0, 000, and that while there are some pre liminaries to ho urrniiKed, It Is con sidered that the reports nro substan tially correct. Tho control of Kiiknlau plantation lias been held by Mr. Horner, who lias FORMAL OPENING OF PEARL HARBOR Honolulu Is to tnuko tlio opening of I'cnrl Itntlmr th occasion for a for mal celebration. When Admiral Tho mas, commander In thief of tho Paci fic fleet, views thu uniolllni; ribbon "of tlio harbor channel from tlio deck t IiIh llngslilp, Ids 1'iiulliiK noir tlio .lew dryduck will bo marked by oxer vlses and rimsratuUtory speoclita 111 Uiir b) tlio occasion. Wnller V. DillliiRlum, nianiKor nf tlie Hawaiian DroilKliiK Co., had ti tall; ft Hit the tidmliul Hits inornlne, rol.i- BOARD OF. AGRICULTURE PLANS CAMPAIGN AGAINST CROP PESTS Tho hoard of agriculture and for estry Is uldoniiiK Its scope ami i;et tlni; aflur all the dlsuusus Unit attack tlio funner's cwiis. At Its mooting .Monday next two now ivsolutloiis are Llo ho Introduced, Oao Is for.use In llKlitlUK Iho so iw pests hcto and tho inthcr Is to appoint K. T. Sturrctt an agent of the board so that ho can help out In tlm vvoik during his rounds. It has boon felt for some time that hCiiioUiing should ho dono toiiiltiKato Iho duinuKO tltat Is beltiK ciusod by by tho various scale posts and ac Liirdlnitly tlio matter hua now boon t:r1teii up and will he put Into foicu. Tlio proposed lobulation lliiitls lo be laid bsfoio the boird couslsls of four sections mill covers tho Ki'mind very thoioimhly, Tlie first section (-Ives Hid Inspec tors of the hoard power to enter pro I ftly. The section provides Hint whore nny scale is found they shall give ad vice lo tlie owner of Iho tiees as til liuw to Ret rid or It and shall see that tills Is dono. IS FATHER'S CLAIM I'lfty thousand dollnrs Is what All Kwal Vee Wo estimates tho damns" ho has sustained thiniiKh the loss of Ills sou, who wiiH killed In an accident In thu Young Hotel elevator some weeks oko. Halt against thn hotel was llled III the Circuit Court estenlay afternoon, The little boy was going up In tlio $50,000 elevator with his fathir, who let uu'iftcr their release, is iho' Opinion of 28 PAGES. HONOLULU, been repiesented In the deal by llnbert W Klilnul", president of tho Henry Walfihouso Trust Company. Tho CUIlltlll Stool. flf Ivllkfllllll 14 i"lilnnn cfinuUiltii ,.r -jmi ui..,r,. f l liar value of 100 each. Albert Hor ner, tho larirest stoekhnlder besides llobeit Horner, nnd chairman of the llawull loan fund commission. Is man ak'er of the plantation, Kiiknlau pro duced 177 1 tons of Micnr this year, tho larKcst yield In Its history nnd almost triple that of Inst year. D.ivles Ai Co. have owned mi Inter est 'In tho Kiikalaii mill since Its start. II. IlacKfchl & Co are tho present iiKcntx for thu Kiiknlau Plantation Company. Tint stock Is closely held. llvc lo tlio opening of Ilia hubor for full uuvlsalloii. Plniiji woru talked over In u general wayn, and Mr. 1)11 llimluitn lis already cjmiiionc?d ttr r.iiiKetncntH for n IiIk limn for tho licet olllcors mid prominent men In ci vil life to whom tho cHPilillsliinctit o tho UIk nval b.iso Is of vital Import tt'ce. Tho (ipcnlui; of Pcnrl Ilarlnr mirks n titiiiliiK' point In Honolulu s hlslorj, mid those who realize this do not In tend tu let tho moment slip by with out ndciiuato cxtno.islon. Tlio last two seel Ions are tlio pow erful ones of the resolution. The first of thesef provides that the inspector may k" lu and clean up tlio placn himself or havo It cleaned up and ull the scale destrojed add tlm last pro vides t hut wlieio any owner shall re fute to comply vvitli (lie rcKtitallou he Hhull be subject to n flue of not more than $51)0 ut piovided by law. When tills lias been put lit opera tion It Is thoiiKlit that It will put Hie board in u position to Inimllo most ot tliu mutters that come before it ami allow ItB Inspectors enoiinh power ti rope with all the disease that lute to fnr been discovered here. Tlie vuliic of appointing Mr Stir loll all neent nf' Iho hoard Ins been I ninted out before during one of tli? ineetliitts. During Hie course of his tilpa around tlie Islands' ho can bo of cieat service not only to tlie Inurd hut also lo tlio funnel's In general for lie will havo the power to maku them enforce whut lie knows Is absolutely becessury for theni. Ills hand for u innment, and the boy fell forward mid was cauxht between the cngo" mid tlio sides ot the w'ell and crushed to death. HACK DRIVERS FOR RELIABILITY That liacldlrlvors who have been I'Oiivlelcd and sent to tlio penitentiary should not ho permitted to ililvohacka TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1911. 28 PAGES. GovernorBIG WAR Refutes Bodkin (Assoetntnl Prrss Calili.) WASHINQTON, D. C Dec. 9. Re futlng the Uitlmony. of Jantea Bodkin of Colorado, retarding labor conditlona In tha augar bat fields of the State, former Govarnor Henry A. Buchtel of Colorado today appeared before tha apecial Congraatlonal committee invei tigating tha alleged sugar trust. Governor Buchtel absolutely denied that peonage exists among the foreign ers In the Colorado beet fields. SUGAR TRUST SELLING ITS FACTORY HOLDINGS I Ass'iclnt,',! Prow Cabin.) WASHINGTON, D. C. Dec. 9. Tha sugar trust writes to the augar Inves tigating committee that It is fast sell ing Ita holdings in sugar beet and'eana factories. The letter states that tha trust now controls less than thirty five per cent of tha Michigan fac tories. mm ( Associated Press Cibte.1 KNOXVILLE, Tenn., Dec. 9An ex. plosion of coal dust in the mines of Cross Mountain today, is responsible for one of the greatest mine horrors ever recorded In the South. One hun dred, men are down in the shafts and drifts, and are doomed to death, the rescue gangs being driven back by fumes. LABOR LEADERS MUSTHLLJURY CAssnclateil Pren Cable.) SAN, FRANCISCO, Cal Dee. 9 Subpoenas to appear before tha Fed eral grand jury in Loa Angela and give testimony in connection with tha dynamiting cases, are now her await ing tha return frrm the Eaat of O. A. Tveltmore, head of the Aslatio Exclu sion League, and Labor Leader John- assen. ALASKA CHARGES t AsHitt'l ited Press Piihtn.) WASHINQTON, D. C, Dec. 9. Con press to'day formally dismissed the Controller Bay charges. The "Controller Hay" charges were advanced during the special session of Congress Inst summer, mid were, In brief, that the government, through tlio connivance or tacit consent of Secro tary of tho IntcrlorItalllngcr, Attor-ney-Clencral Wlckershain and other government olllclals, was allowing the (luggenhylm Interests to secure n mo nopoly on valuable water frontage on Controller tiny, Alaska. j. $$. !? !8??3?$$S Die tiacluncn on tlio Union street stand. They Bal.l today Hint owing In Iho Increase of -tho population of the city now, It is dangerous for thn traveling public to rldo on hacks whose drivers nro ox-convlcts. To provo that thoy aro right In their contention, a number of the hack drivers of the Union street hackstand said today, that last night somo sol diers, who woro probably drunk, were held up by Tnni I.uii, n Chlmiman, who had been In Jill on a serious chargo. He Is now In custody, await ing investigation by tlio police. mmmm HORROR IN MINE CONGRESS DROPS r Store.. Publicity Is Quick Road WILL BE BY 350 BY LAURENCE REDINGTON. CAMP COWLH.M, Pearl Harbor, Dec . Mlnile warfure with conditions iih nearly like the real thing as tin; piping times of peace will permit, wllj bn vvnged In mid around Camp Cowles for tho next three weeks. The nmrllinj battalion of the Paclllc fleet, which will take the Held here Monday morn-1 big, him not been ordered ashore mere - ly to learn the routine of canip life,' but primal My to study the big prnb-1 terns of attack linil defense that It mil' be called on to solve at uny lime, vvlienj me nes oi men mill me sorely or rcreal position from other linns ortlie cities depend on prompt mid elllclentj service," continued the in ijor, "They, notion. Iilvu nl.o.ml ship, but whvn mtlon is Ko as soon lit the tents nre pitched the mini they are thtovvii on the' mid tho murines shaken down Into the run of camp life. Major' Hill, com- maudlng the Meet battalion, will com- mence to work out a numb'er of tar- Heal piobleniM. with only 3S0 men at his disposal, tlm maneuvers will of neeesslty l. (ninevvhnt restricted, tait a number of Interesting skirmishes be. tvvcen the -Heds" and' the "Illues". na the opposing forces will btrrmoJ,.wUfl'.r this reason .cnoiiiapinentB. are of undoubtedly take placii both by day and by night. Tho Ulues will inarch out nml become a hostile force, and the Iteds will attempt to develop thu position. Or the Illues will stay ut home to defend tho camp while the Jltcds attempt to take It. There Is no limit to the variety of maneuvers, and the crack or blank ammunition, the splutter of Held wireless and the Hash of acetylene signal Unlit ht night will enliven the Industrially active but oth erwise quiet neighborhood of Pearl Harbor. Make Camp Today. v. I This morning at 9 o'clock a work lug party of thirty men, In charge of POLICE GETMAN WHO TRIED TO KILL WIFEAND ROBBED CHILD Through tho prompt action ot the police, Mrs. J. P. llussty was saved from being shot yesterday afternoon iby her husband. Husscy was threat ening her with u revolver when ar rested by the police mid escorted to the police station. According to the arresting otllcer, Husscy had been drinking. Hussey, who Is well known to the police. Is occupying a cell In the po lice station, where he Is awaiting fur ther Investigation. He Is not only held there for currying a concealed weapon, ,but because be stole the revolver from A K. l.ul. ami u toy bunk containing IH, which belongs to the la tier's three? year-old child. The revolvers mid the KEWALO SEWER BIDS REJECTED The bids on the Kcvvalo sewer have been rejected, iiciordlng to Superin tendent of Public Works .Mnrston Campbell, and more work Is to bo done on the Walpllopllo sewer Instead. There weie two bids for the Kevvalo (Work, and tho contract was lo liavu gone to mo i.orn-ioung laigineuriug Company. "rievernl clmnges havo been made In the scheme," snld tho Oovernor this morning, "and It I? thought better to do more work on the Walpllopllo sewer at the present time and not to go on with the Kewnlo. The pumping sta tion Is, to bo moved and more ground will be drained by the new plan than before." A woman Isn't self-uiado Just be causo she makes her own complexion. To Success OF KUKAIAU GAME PLAYED MARINES Lieutenant II It Utley, the battalion adjutant, anil Keiond Lieutenant L. lloyt, lift Honolulu on the station tug NiimiJii .Major Hill was In dlreit couiiiiiiuil, to personally supervise He Unloading of equipment mid the 111 I I fill work at Camp Cowles. This should be u splendid c.ini). said Major Hill, scanning the situ Just south of Hie dryilock us the Navajo threaded her way between tho big dredges In the channel. "The location Is good, anil the climate Is bikhI. We have good water and we should have eitoil results. I "Von see, the uiatlnes lire In a dlf-' beach with their equipment to deferid a point or lo take one. The personnel of the corps keeps chunking, nnd iih wo get few chulices to go Into camp lhie are always u number of men who don't know Jiow tu take care. of tbeni- selves iiebore. When we iire-'wanted. 1 we're wunted badly, and we're wanted under conditions which", uru.unfuuilllnr. the greatest' value to the marines, and w can't have too many of them." The main Iwdy of marines will pro ceed lo Pearl Harbor by train, leav' Ing Honolulu Monday morning at 9:15. When Admiral Thomas visits Pearl Harbor on the California Thursday, he will land and Inspect Cnnip Cowles. Two 3-Inch Held pieces will be mount ed on the shore front, and these will bark n welcome to the commainler-lii-chief. In all probability Major Neville, commanding the marine battalion at Camp Very, wilt be asked to umpire part of the war game that Is to be plnyed. bank aro now In Iho hands of Chief McDullle. 'Hussey was subjected to strict ex amination this morning tu Chief Mo Dullln's otllce. Assistant County At torney llrown wiih present during the Investigation by the chief of detec tives, McDullle asked Hussey how he came lu possession of u revolver and thu bank. At llrst Hussey refused to tin smr the iiuesllons, but whin con fronted with evident e which he could Hot dodge he broke down mid admit ted his guilt Next Monday morning Hussey will appear before Police Judge Monsar rat to answer to the charges of carry ing ii concealed weapon and of stealing the bank of the three. year-old boy. GARBAGE CLEAR BY NEXT WEEK That the whole of the work of cart lug away the refuse now Uttering thu streets, us a result of the sanitation campaign, should be finished by the end of next week, Is the opinion of Dr. Marshall, noting head of the sani tation army during the absence of Dr. McCoy. Ilxtru days were added to the forco during the week, and un enormous intimity of stuff Is being handled ev ery day now. Tho whole attention of the force Is being given to this aspect of the' matter Just at the present time, hut Dr. Marshall stated that when Dr. McCoy comes hack again nunc time will be devoted to establishing fuels about thu mosquitoes. Auud many u society bud blossoms Into u wallflower, J"S Plain, matter of fact advertising, given good display daily, buildi confl denca in store and merchandise. PRICE 5 CENTS. Settlers Coming Now Attracted by rcsirlB Hint Hiwall Is' ?olng lo open up extensive homestead lands, would-be seniors from thu Mainland mo beginning tu come tin? way lu a steady tide. One steamer ibis week brought half a dozen, and within the past few week tlie por rotinl applications by nialnhnd peoplo for lands has Jumped up to a remark ablo extent. 8. T. Slirrclt Biipriiilendenl of marketing, teports that one day tills vcok ho bad lour applications from mnlnlinilers who had come In Hawaii hearing the stories Hint lards are tu bo opened up. Although mi effort whatever is being made In give wide publicity on the maluljiid to Hawaii lionustcading plans. It i-j evident that tlm Immigration tide of prospective settlers Is beginning to set this way. The malls lately liae shown Iho lit crease. Threo applications lo Mr. Starrott arrived by the samo steamer us the four settlors. They have been referred to lliojund, commissioner .for ilil' ahtt t'litrgffielltuolir. na-flsinerlnle'rf:B ilent Starr.,!! tint, tmll,l,, f .i.M,iti. ', - ..-..- .. ..u.M...t ,u uvtmuif laiui openings. . i, "This simply shows," snld Mr. Mar- relt, discussing Iho mutter, that lla wull cjii get i plenty of wlilto settler by simply assuring them of home steads of siitllclent sire to make a llv-' lug on. These people win) applied til mo are undoubtedly only purt of those vho como down hero for homesteads," MORE SMALL-POX VICTIMS FROM SHIP One, death yistcrday and one lart night was thu toll taken by small-pox-among the Immigrants from the steamir Wlllesdeu, while inal-nutrltlou caused the death of all Infant. Tho small-pox victims were a child In Iho morning mid u man lust night, Woiklug almost Incessantly, tha iiur.iulliin medical forces and thu guards mid assistants have ut last Huoceidcil lu getting all the Immi grants off thu siricki-n ship mid out to Quarantine Island. their baeiraen meanwhile being thoroughly disinfect ed Dr. James stated tu the I! illic it n ut noon today that ull the Im migrants are DOW on Iho shin mii.I nnlv the ilmlors and mirsea remain aboard. No further small-pox cases linve ap peared, mid IntelllgenJ care unit sym pathetic treatment are kiivImi manv children who would have died from mm-niiiiiiiou If lift In the Ignorant nursing of the ImiiilgrantH. YIELDS GOOD Cabltd news from I'. T P. Water house ami Albert w'utorhotiso of the Wnlerhoiiso 'coniii.inv give tho latest 'news on the rubber crops on tho Ma laysian plantations. Pehnng produced 2100 ppunds dur lug the month of November nnd Tun. dung Olok's yield for the sume perlrjd wus '.'025, both of which uro regarded ns, very satisfactory. RUBBER MULTIGRAPH J H. E. HENDRICK ' $-'19 Acting Agent ojjH ' ! ;& Corner Merchant and Alakaa Street ' H M ; a H "13 Iffl t'l ' lSa$9 I- ' & -'JtiA VAf'rffrtWl' i 'Wit ' i . '