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From San Franelseoi
Slrrru, VitKlnlnii January 12
Far San Franelaeol
Nippon Mnru Jnnniiry 12
rrom Vancouvon
Zcntandla Jnnunry 31
For Vancouver!
Mnriiina January .10
ESTABLISHED 1882. No.
SPANISH CONSUL PROTESTS, FOR
STEAMER SINKS; 172 ARE
Dole Sits
Site Case
n Manuka
Judge I)olo Ih to try the Mahtikn, Prof Henry Sevcrln. iintonmlogM of
federal hiillitlm; hIIii case, llio doc r.luii tlm College of lluwall fur th past two
being arrlVKl at ufler Inuring tlm in- years, lias bien "called oft" In Ills In
giimint of Interested nttoi iu'J'H hi (ho vestlgnllon of the Mediterranean fruit
tnlcrul otii- this morning. The shares lly ami IIh rt'latlou to tho liauaua, ly
liflil In i:. O. Hall it Soli liy Mrs. Dole, Hie hoard of regents of tho college,
tho liolillni; of wlitih (liftiualllli il , Tim regents objectid to Pi of Sev-
Judge Dole, nro lo hi) Mild within
twenty-four Iiiiiiir nml the niFe eoniea
ii 1 1 again Saturday iiioruliii; at ten
o'clock,
"The best way out of the. illllleulty,"
mill Hie Judge thin luorilllili lit tlid Prof. Severln replied that ho was en-1 more. The entomologist wuh llrst In
touiiusloii of the argument, "Ih fnr.douvorhig to get at the facta iih to wlintiellned to resent the suggestion that hi-,
me to rcmnvti tho i1isiiinlllUiitloii. fruits the lly will breed In, and pnrtlc-i experiments In this Hue cense.
Mrs. Dole will sell her shared, na sholularly ns to the iiu1lllc In tlm friiltH I lint. uocordlng to a statement made
Is null" leuily nml willing to do. i that eniourugcd 11 or prevented It from J reluctantly this tiioriilinc by President
will take up Hie ease again Saturday
morning at ten o'lluck."
Although thlfl M'IIIch llio matter of
who Ih to try tho caw It will not
smooth out till of tlm dllllciiltlos In
(lie way of a dual decision, Dnrliii;
Hie iiiKiiment on Hie mutter of dl.v
ipialllleatluu this moruliiK the ikjIiiI
w.ih biuui'.lit out (hat earh of tlm lie
fendauln retjulres a M'iarnlp trial anil
will IKht liurd to get wliat they waul.
This Is not a new phase of tlm mat
(Continued on Page 2)
Fleet
March, Too
If the Pacillc lleet Ih fIIII In poit
when WubIiIukIou'h lllrthday rolls
louiid, the senuieii brigade ami marine
Ii million will Join forces with the
army In one monttcr parade, which
will be iluiUvs(toniibly the greatest
martial dlsjilny ever seen In Honolulu,
II Is (he intention uf (icucrul Mucomli
to Invito Hie navy to participate
should the Meet's slay Isj extended
Unit length of lime, and Admiral Tho
IUU3 lias luilluileil (hat lie will lie glad
to nciejit, If rlrciiiustanceH permit.
"1 liiiwi heard1 iiolhlug olminl of
the proiiosed parade," said Admlrul
ThonuiH thbt morning, "leit If the lleet
Is here on Washlngtou'H birthday, ai.d
If we are asked to participate, you
vlll see the hrlgadn In line."
Colonel Wilder, I'lflli Cuvnlry. who
will luohably commnud (ho nrni)
fones In tlm parade, called at depart
mint lieailiiii.titrrs this morning, and
illseiistcil the subject In a general wu
with Hie adjutant general.
"Thcie H nothing itelliille lo say
yet," said Colonel Wilder "I don't
know when (ho troojH fioiu l.ellchiu
will Ktuit for Honolulu, or where they
will caiiiii ilirlng their ali'cme from
llio post all that Mill depend on or
di to l Issued at a later date. On
the latt praillie march lound tlm Isl
(Continued on Page 4) '
ASK FREAR TO
GIVE CHECK
(iovuriioi' I'livir wuh this morning
pifLcutod Willi a check for $lon by u
cominllteo ut llio Loyal Order uf (ho
Moobii fur IraiiHiiilssion lo tho King's
Iiiughlor' Society.
Tho money Is the result of thu en
tfitiiliiineiit recently glwn ut tho
HIJou theater under tho tuisplcos of
lilt' Miioso ami tin. couimuiei. iihkcu
Ihat Hie gou'iunr transmit (bo check
lo (ho Boclely. Tlm coliunllleo was
iniiilu up ofv. J. Will. U. II. P. Wolt-
Will
cis uml C. i. Uiuwn.
Evening
3:30 EDITION
5131.
REGENTS STOP
PROFESSOR IN
PROBE OF PEST
crln's mtthods of Investigation of tho
fruit pent uml the biiii.mii on tlio
ground tliat In Inoculating tlm haiiana
Ittllfi the liiscit pent, ho was rreutluK
"Impossible and unnatural cundltloiu."
breeding,
It Is stated that "some cltUens-- of
Honolulu llrst went to membi rs of thoj
lioard and luthnateil Hint owing lo the at die rollcfiit lift o'clock IIJs nflcr
possibility of endangering Hut Import-I (Continued on Pag 4)
r
TERRITORIAL FISHING LAW IS
ATTACKED WHEN MAN LOSES CASE
Klsli Inspector Jas II Iloyd won tho
Hint lound (his morning In Police
Judge .Moiisurrat'H court, when Hoy
I'hiiug, one of the Chinese lish tlealers
In tho ltHhmnrl.it, was lined $1.1 for
olTcriiik" inullit fur sale In the uuirket.
Hoy Chung and three oilier Chinese
I) Mi ih ah is weru arrested hy Iloyd noma
time ago for offering niulUt for salo
ut the liinll.el. luutiaiy lo the Terrl-
torl.il law
Win ii brought before Judge Mousar.
rat for trial, tlm defend lilts, thioiigli
their ntlorueys -Coke, Douthllt and
Cliillliiguorlli Intel posed a dciuurrir sale ut the time of arrest was taken
to tlm effect that Hit. law under which rrom a privately-owned pond lit Mau
the defendants were arrested was un- ualiiu
KUKAIAU CASE
DELAYED
Hubert Ilunicr Ih not satisfied with;
lliu ny In whit I. ii'.allers are ruu-tng'
lu connection with Ills suit fur u pro-,
oiuptory writ agalml the Kllkulllll
Pluiilutlon and Albert Morner, Its pre-
rldent, lo have Hit. annual meeting
called. Tils miirnlns lie Ml oil. through
his attorneys, a motion asking that
the writ to whlili an ujipeal was tuk-
en by the defense shuiibl Issue Inline
nailer Will tomo before Jildgo Coier
Sutuiilay intirnlng next ut ten o'clock.'
Tho lompluliit sets out that the n.
peal lo the ihkltanco of the writ wuh Kaplolanl Park, uu liour's drill then)
only taken for llio purpose uf deluy and llio march buck should mako u
ami Hint tl'B reppomlents uro endeuv-'good morning's work ot It. Tho men
orlng, by delaying the proceedings lu are all hi good shape rrom camp lire,
enleiliiK their appeal mid getting the mt we vunt to luko ndvunlugu or uv
caso Isiforo the supreme court ir.ry opportunity to perfect the organ
'uurliig, to lirevent the iinuuiil iiU'et,Uution I hoVo very much to bo ublo
lug being heltl us ordered by Hid to get u march round the Island. Tho
court, Further that by pursuing IIiIh commanding oitlctr ut Schoileld H.ir
toifrso of taking all the Ilmu allowed ri.k IH kindly given us permission
lo perfect uu application, whlih Ih not tu t.,, tlmro one night, uml the urnc-
necehsary lu this cuse, lu order to
('liter ll in the supremo tourt und lo
bring the citse lo n hearing the pell -
Honor will loto all benellt rrom (he
uecisioii oi int. court ami turiiyr Riilli,,. cruisers this morning. Tho Colo
Hint no bund or oilier security has
ill,. III, IIIIIKI III ,l,llt- hl'l'lllll V 111IU
been given ngulnst any losn or dam
ago whlih (he petitioner may suffer
by leiuon of Hie uiieul,
BULLETIN AD6 PAY-
10 PAGES. HONOLULU,
nut Irinana trade between Hawaii nml
Hall rrunelseu. It would lie better If
Prof Severln would cease Ills experl-
incuts, reeling that In' wan, by his Inoc-
Illation method, forcing tlm Infection
of the fruit, nlul that It would lie eaiiy Sea In a terrihi gale. All of the pas
for the facta to lie misrepresented mid sengers and crew were Russian. An
twisted to tlm detriment of the lluwal
lau tin nana Industry.
Resented the Action.
The request wuh eninmiinlcaleil to
both Prof Severln mid PrcHldcnl (Ill-
nilmore, tlm Investigations to which
objection was made huvo euised.
Piof. Severln Is to make un aiblress
I ?
constitutional, in that II iliprlved them
of tm light lu sell mullet caught from
prlvulely-owned llslipoiids. Tho do-
murier was, however, overruled by
Judge Mnux.irrul, uml this morning (lie
defendants were put lo trial, resulting
in the lining of Hoy Chung, ouu of
them.
The attorneys for the defendant noted
un appeal, and It Is belleed that tho
case will be taken tu the Supremo
Court to lest the validity of the law.
Iloyd stated on the stand that tho
mullet which the defendant offered for
I'he murine battalion of the Puclllc
lleet Is not gilng to merely mark time
while Hie ships mo awaiting orders
at Honolulu. Tlueu weeks ut t'ullip
Uuwles, Instead or giving thu murines
all they winded of the Held for a time.
has made both olllcers and men keen
for shorn work, and us souii us the ltcctbefra "' "1 Investigation commit-
inspection Is uvtr, battalion drills undiUo ""day, bis statements being largely
pracllso marches will bo lummciicrd
ilrlll tin it whole at least twice it week,"
said MaJor'O. S Hill, lleet niarlnu of-
tier, this looming. "A march out to
t0 march would Im of great value to
the battalion,
' Cruisers Shift.
Tlitio wuh ii shirt of berths nmong
. .. . ... .
riioo camu in irom outsiiio nun muue
fast to tho Uw'u sldu or the navy coal
dock; tho tllucler bliiried to the Hack
fed dock, to uiuko room for thu liner
admitted tills morning having received
(Continued on Pag 4)
Bulletin
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1912.
Steamer
Down; All
Are lost
(Assnrlnte.1 Preus Cthle.) I
BUCHAREST. Roumanla, Jan. 11.
One hundred and sevtnty-two persons
wera drowned when the Russian
tteamer Russ foundered in the Black
unsuccessful attempt
launch the lifeboats.
was made to
.
WILL DISMISS
( AsniM'liitisl I
INDIANAPOLIS,
'rfts Table I
Ind., Jan.
11
Judge Anderson today declared that ha
will dismiss the kidnaping cases
brought against Detective Burns for
spiriting away John J and James B.
McNamara when they er taken out
to Los Angeles. He ' 'that Detec
tive Burns performed a signal service
for the country.
$100,000,000
rttdil Hull el In Cable.)
NEW YORK, N. Y, Jan. 11. One
hundred million dollars has been taken
from the vaults of the Equitable Life
Assurance Company's burned building.
The securities are safe.
OLD SOLDIERS
NOT IN DANGER
( Hi-, till Ilu I let I u Cable.)
LEAVENWORTH, Kan, Jan. 11.
The ptomaine poisoning cases at the
Old Soldiers' Home are not so serious
as first feared.
CARNEGIE SAYS
K.
(Kixclul Hill let I ll Cable)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 11.-
An-
drew Carnegie continued his testimony
of a biographical nature. He declared
that partnerships are more effectiv
than corporations.
FORGERS REAPED
ENORMOUS PROFITS
(Siieclal Bulletin Cable.) I
ALBION, Jan. 11 It is believed that
the forgeries of Charles M, Deering and
others will reach $300,000.
MENINGITIS EPIDEMIC
TERRORIZING TEXAS
fRpeclal 111! I let I ll Cable.)
DALLAq. Tex., Jan. 11. An epi
demic of spinal meningitis is terror
izing Texas cities.
BRITISH RULERS ON
WAY HOME FROM INDIA
(Hperlil Ilu 1 1 hi In Cable.)
BOMBAY. Jan. 11. Kins Georae and
Queen Mary sailed for England today,
the Durbar festivities being over.
Plain Straightforward Advertising Pays
SAYS FEDERAL
STATION TREATS
"LIKE PRISONERS
A declaration that lit would cubl"
to (lit- Spanish minister at Washington
unless different triutmelit was given ut
once to Spanish Immigrant lulu ui gcllmr. larcil) nei;li(til, ami mat, us vide of Allen & ItoMiitons wliarf wer
the Federal liuinlitratlon Htatlon, was a representative of hi government, he introduced hefoie the harbor commU
inade yesterday by Consul Igiiaclu do will Hee that It" subjects Kit better xlon yeslerduy uflrriioou. at the ri'KU-
Aruna, Spain's otllclat reprcseiitnthu
here, to Inspector ltlcbard Hulsey
Tbe Spanish consul, ufler n visit to
tlm station, during which be says lut
fouttd that nearly 3U0 people had been
crowdcil Insldi. the building when they
should have been glviu the freedom of
thelhlg yard, made u stringent protest held in the station two weeks, and ril- tli.it will be a very expenslw item and
lo Inspector Hulsvy He declared that mors that there nut much dissatlsruc- will ulso gUo a big bulkhead wharf
the Spanish should no longer be held Him with their treatment have been capable of handling big steamers In
like "prisoners," and Informed Mr Hal- numerous, but ctcrduy was the llrst stead of tlm small slips that exist at
sey that unless conditions wire ehuuKcd
he would appeal to Washington at
once. '
This morning ut 9 o'clock the consul
visited the station iigulu, and this time
fouuil Hint his demand bad been heed
ed He will
not curry the matter to
Washington according to bis Intention
now. I
CHINESE CONSULATE IS LEFT
WITHOUT FUNDS; WAR REASON
Unorganized by tlm revolution In
r'lilnn. the local consulate ot tho Mow-
I try Kingdom Is In a. bad way. und re-
ports this morning were that no funds
lo keep the consulate or the consul go-
i,,,. i.... , ree-H-ed slucu last No -
v..mh..r. It Is exoeiled that within a.
short time the Imperial govirnment'a
representative will be left without uny
home government at all. and the new
republic will tukii charge uf consular
affairs,
Tin. report Is out aiming prominent
ciiliiesn hero that the consular sirvlco
nil over tho world bos been temporarily
cut out of funds so Hint tho war fund
could be Increased.
i, ia r.ii,.r r..mMe.i iioit ih.. stii.
dents who were sent to the United
Kalmukl's new school Is to be nam
ed nfter Hawaii's iiiieen, LllluaktUatil.
This morning Chairman Andrew
Adams, of tho O.ihu loan fund com
mission, under whoso dlreitlun tho
school Is- lo be built, tailed on tho
Queen and usked her, on behalf of thu
people of Honolulu, If (ho new sclioo)
could he named for her The Queen
consented nt once, and Chairman
Adams
said this afternoon (hat thu
-,7 LOSE LIVES
IN N. Y. FIRE
(Associated Pre Cable.)
NEW YORK, N. Y, Jan. 11. In a
bad apartment house fire today, seven
people lost their lives.
U. S. AMBASSADOR TO
FRANCE HAS RESIGNED
PARIS, Fr, Jan. 11. U. S. Ambas
sador Bacon today confirmed the re-
nort of his reslnnatlon. but refused
give his reasons.
rAssnclsteq' Press rtable V
NORFOLK, Va., Jan. 11. The cap-
tain and three men of the barge Ala-
bama have been drowned off Cape
i Lookout.
'v.
10 PAGES.
IMMIGRANTS
DROWNED
Consul Aruiia's protest Is that tlm
men, women and children have been
Mint up In Mm Million, crowded to-
treatment from Umle S.un The mat-
ter bus assumed a serious aspect, p.ir-
tlculurly In view of the extent to which
good feeling llgures In the recruiting
of plantation laborers In Spiln and
I ortugal by the Territorial board,
The Spanish Immigrants lime been
open protest from responsible sources
The I'eilernl Immigration station l!
now under the care or Acting Inspector
lu Charge Itlchurd Halsey, luspiitur
Hi own having resigned u few days ugo
and left Hawaii for Hurope, where ho,
win l.eiome thu ngi nt of the Terrlto -
rial
IhiiulgrBtlon board. Mr. Halsey
(Continued on r?age j)
States lo study In the colleges will In
ull likelihood be officially recalled by
tho Munchii government Tlm runds"tlier big bulkhead bejond tlm Allen &
which were set upurt by the Maiichu Itoblnsou wbnrr. thus completing tho
government Tor the education ot lts,ehalii of wharves capable of handling
voiiths abroad. It was reported today.
will probably ulso bo expended to-
wards the war.
Supporters of tho republic In Mono-
lulu said today that lis soon us tlio new
republic Is recognized by Hie foreign
powers, they will recommend to thu
central govt rumen t tho advisability of
paving the expenses of the Btudents
now intending the colleges In the Unit-
e.l States.
"We like to educate our youths In
the A hut lean pollute." said one of Hie
well-known Chinese imrchuntH today
new building will lo officially namil
"I IlluoUalanl,"
I Ilotli this school building and that
for tlio Poliiikulua school will be start
txl shortly. The commlsulon will hold
u meeting before long, the urrlilteeto
having their plans well matured. At
this meeting alto Ihe commission will
order uilvertlsed tenders for the soo-
anil belt rouil strip, from Klpapa
fltilcli to Walalun Hill,
26 MOROS ARE
NAMED FOR QUEEN
KILLED IN P. Li
lA.soeliitrj press cvble.)
MANILA, P. I., Jan. 11. Twenty-Hx
Moros have been killed In an attempt
ed ambush of American troops.
s s
B. C. PARLIAMENT OPENS
( Associated. Tress ''able,)
VICTORIA, B. C Jan. 11, The
British Columbia parliament opened
to.tody.
LORIMER EXPLAINING
( Special 11 11 1 I e 1 1 11 Cable )
WASHINGTON, D. O, Jan. 11. The
Lorimer bribery investigation con-
tlnued today, Senator Lorimer being
on the stand,
"' This is the season when it is Import
ant to establish the closest kind of re
lationship between the merchant and
the public. This can best be don
through the EVENING BULLETIN.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Plan For
Wharves
Plans for u si riei of bulkhead
y.hlires alone Hm watirfront extend-
hk from Hip A Ink.' a dock lo the Hw
lar meeting. '' Commissioner Jamas
Wukcllchl
He suggests Hie closing up of tha
Port strctt slip and the cutting o(I of
the projecting corinr bitweeu tho cus
toms wharf and the Oceanic dock This
will do uway with a piece or dredging
tlm present time
The loiniulssloiier also suggests that
thu next I-eglsluturu lie uakid to glv
Urn lucessury authority for condenina-
tlon proceedings lu be Instituted In
connection
wiin Allen ,v itoiiinson'a
j lumber wharf so that the commission
can build another bulkhead wharf Ihtro
to uccommodato big vessels,
"oi'ne of tin. couiriilssiouern bellevt
that there will hardly lie uuy need for
Hie condemnation suits; however, as
they understand Unit tin. Territory at
the present time owns u foot deep all
the way lu front of the present Allen
& Itoblnsou wharf, and that by taking
advantage of this the commission
could, If it wished, forco that linn lo
sect do lo Us wishes
further than this. Commissioner
Wakelleld proposes to establish nn-
. "'K vessels un uiong uie wuiwrunt,
The plan was put up to the other loin
iiilssloners cstirday, und although
nothing formal was done In connection
iv Itli the matter, those present ull
wcrt'etl that the scheme was a good
one.
When Ihe federal site lias been set
tled and the custom house had been
moved. Commissioner W'okelleld pro-
l'0!,,-s """ All.n Koblnson bo given
l"e ",ne" behind Hie llrst bulkhead
wliarf und w hero the custom sheds are
'now established, for tho storage of
lumber.
SECURITIES OF
EQUITABLE
ARE SAFE
Now York, Jun. 11, 1912.
Kqtiltable, Honolulu
Securities safe. Lima negllglblo be
cause old building not curried as us
Mil. ItOSyNPEM).
This cablegram, received llils morn
ing hy Mr Moouey, lu charge of the
Cciullnhlo department of the Dlshop
nsurunre Agency, shows Hie facts of
t lie situation und Is the best denial
I mill vuiii.i lie mil-leu 111 inn uiieiiipi,
miiilt. this morning to exaggerate tlio
(tHS stiffere.1 by the Cqultablv thrniiRli
,i .i..Ht rsi-tlsi of IIh llrn.tdwav build-
lug
I Ah stated In tlio II u 1 1 o 1 1 u of yes
Itcrday thu largor portion of the busl
Miess of Hie l.qultnhle Is curried on In
'Ihe Ilnzeu building, where the policy
I holders' records nro kept am) nearly
ull the detailed business of the olllce.
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Office,, Single or en Suite
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Merchant and Alakea Streets
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