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Evening Bulletin
From San Franelsoei
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Far Ban Franolecoi
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From Vancouver.
Mamma
For Vancouvart
Mukurii . . . .
. .I'lhruai 14
. . Kchruur 1
. .l'lbruury i'8
. .lYIiriniry 27
AS ADVERTISING IS TO EVERY
OTHER BUSINESS, SO IT WILL DE
TO YOURS-IF YOU USE THE DUL.
LETIN AS A MEDIUM OF PUD
LICITY. 2:30 EDITION
As An Advertising Medium Is Worth While Trying
i, ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5160.
12 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1912. 12 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
BIG GUNS TO GUARD OAHU
HAWAIIAN CHINESE TO
Brusselsl$i70,ooo
Pact Now
Assured
Mr. J. !'. Hnckfcld, lic.nl of II.
llackfcld & t"ii litis received n
cablegram fuini Itretncii, (Sor-
-
many, stntlnc; Hint the llrusselH
convention, wlileli controls Ino
4 bcct-siiRar production of Km ope, t
will lie renewed for a further c-
rlod of llo years, ami Hint the
4- Ilusslau cmpliu linn heen eonced-
eil lSn.noo tons per year for Kill
and 1912 and 100,000 loan later
on. This mentis Dial HiiskIiv'h mi-
Bar exports will bo again restrict-
cd nnd that tlio Kuioienii e-
4 ports will lio held down rorro-
HpondliiKly, ami Is of vital and
-f eiicoiiruKliiR Importance to I In-
wiiII'h HiiRitr piospertB.
!
a a a
Coastwise
Law Safe
Now
Proposed HUhpCHHloil of tile coastwise
shlppliic, laws lo allow foivlKii vessels
to ciikiik" In Hi" "oiiMt-Iri-1 litwnll pus
eeiiRcr tinilli" has been probabl knock'
il In the htad for this session of Con
i,Vross, uu)wuy, nciorilliiK tu a cotiiinu
i t n t lot i I rum (lenrRO McK Me'Clclluii,
soeietary to tliu Dclc-RUte, tll.lt has been
Milt to the ('hiiinlM'r of Coiumircc nliil
will bu taken up ut a trustees' uiii'tliiK
this uflciiiooii.
This fillos Immediately on Hip at
tltiide or thu chamber In withdraw Iiik
Its Mippnrt of the (dan lo huwi thu laws
siupciulcd, and American ttcinoslili
capital on thu l'nclllu Is correspond
liiKly encouriiRed Ml. McCUIInii writes
Hint lie Is of thu opinion the action
of llm ihumhir means there will ho no
Midi IckIsI.iIIoii durliiK this session
Mr. MiClellnn writes also that ho
pernio. illy Is Khid of the neutral uttl
liiiln the chiiiuber lias taken with P."
Kind to the Kauai linrlior liicatiou Ka
uai IntPicrlM aro divided as lo Iho lo
ii t Ion rnr thu new liurliur, mid Hie local
ih.uulier has nut taken side at all
'I he trustees at tlm mi-i-tiiiK this aft
eriioon will pi nimbly net a report from
the commute u on harbors, shipping uinl
transportation, ai to Hie charuu madn
for water to shipping In port As was
pointed out by James Wake held of Mm
linrlior eoiniiilsslon, shlpplni! In llo
iiuliilii Is churned an uNicsslvc lute for
water, ii 50 per thousand Billions, and
this Is the subject of a report by tlio
elisifibcr coininltteo which will be heard
Kith much Interest.
Tlio special coininltteo composed of
J. It null, (' II. Cooke, and II. II P.ix
ton. named lo Investigate thu alleged
lark of safeguards for public) docu
ments in the plans for the new Judi
ciary liulldltut, Is to report, and tbero
linen several oilier Interesting uiuticM
coming up
riinto i:iii;mliir of IiIkIii-sI (.'Mili
eu ii now be secured from Hie II il I
I r 1 1 n I'IkiIii Kiipriiiliik' ilanl.
Let
(Sinvl.il II 111 In tin Cubic.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 14. One hundred and seventy thousands dollars is allowed
for seacoast batteries in Hawaii in the fortifications bill as reported out of committee to the
House. Two hundred and twenty-two thousand was reciuestcd in the bill originally.
C. S. ALBERT.
This dispatch, In tlio opinion or hlUi
rniy olllccis lien-, ludie.ites that Ma
jor (icncial Ailliur Miiruiy's iccent
tilp In O.ihu, and his rrulie minimi
the Isl.nul on Hie California with Ad
mlinl Tlioin.is, Is aliondy piwliirlhc
of lestilts. AHer n uioiitli Hpcut In ex
haustive study of the co.ivt-dcfenso
problems or the Isl.ind, (3cncr.il Hur
ray decided to lecommend u chain of
moiiar ballcili'H tu enniplololy encir
cle tlio Island their ones of die iiiloi
xccllng so that any hostile ship would
ho within the niluluiuni inline at 1 1 .
uOii .Minis
DEMAND
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J. P. Cooke, president of the newly formed Taft League
spoke this morning in response to a request from the B u I
I e t i n for a statement of his position as follows:
"I think the one issue of the coming convention is the
election of delegates to the National Rcpublcan convention to
name a candidate for President. I believe all local personal
issues should be set aside and not allowed to enter into this
matter in any way whatsoever."
I The ineiiibci'. or Hie Itcipiihlluin Ter-
iiioiiiii leiinai i o.miiiuco canci on
the (iiiveiiior at noon tod-iy but when
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(iicstloued as lo Iho n.it 1 1 1 i of tilth
visit mated that theiu was iiutlilng to
Kjvu out.
February 15th be PRIMO
Everybody please try our New Brew on Thursday
for seacoast
BATTERIES FOR HAWAII
I While $17" U'lii would of coiirbo not
jcuu'i Hie Install. illrn of Hie complete
chain of b.ilteilcs. It would, neverthe
less, do ii good pall of the o'lclueoiim
,woik. This mil, Is muli'i'sloiiil, Is
l Included In the iippiopilatlon.
I "I hate not seen Hie estimates of
tlio puiposod work," said General Ma
(comb this iiiotnlng, "hut nimlar hat-
teilcs one Ii us iiie pl.iuned for O.ihu
coast defense will not leipilre heavy
nliil eostl c-iiipl.iceliicnls Theie ai
lio woods In which lu c'lnce'il Hie innr
Hrs, but the c-m be hidden from
lcv In sand plfs iin, cnihiiikmciiis.
UNITY IN
COOKE
The (loveinor when questioned said
int )cy ,, J1( (.f)10 p , ,,llk
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uiattura oer with hliu and I hat, Ike
'
lllom- l,J '""I 'illiln lo sa ruithcr
I us to thu details of tlio discussion.
The Impoit.iut tliliiR Is lo hate a
pl.n c for auiniunltlon which can not bu
exploded by n shell. This will prob
ably lio accomplished bv stiirlug the
. aiiimuniiioii miiicrgniiuiii. i mu inn
'familiar with Iho Ilcurcs and call-
niates, but It would seem that this up-
pioprl.'illiiu. If II Is to be applied lo
jdetieral Murray's plan, Is for ciikI-
ii in lilt lift. tlftflfi
iiv nun i' wi r iio'iivi
I Another possibility Is that the $17".
;000 appioprlalcd Is lo coinplctc the
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.iiii'II.ii eiiiiiiuii-iiii'i,,... iii- luiiimi ,,,-
Ktiillatlou and sc.uchllKlits at l'oit Ka-
lucliamcha.
"LET COMMISSIONER
DECIDE" E. D. TENNEY
I.'. I). Tcuncj, spciiMiiir Hits morn
liu; uf the lurnl illilliulllcc wllh which
Hie l'relilenl Is nun dealing luailc the
fiilluwlnu' slatcincnti
I think Dial If Hie CriMdinl uf I he
I'nlliil Sillies will kciiiI a i-oiiiniIshIimi.
it lien- lo IiuckIIu'iiIc riiitillllnns anil
nil iiarlles will aurce In abide hj his
ili'cNIiiu, II will be Hie lii-st miIhIIiiii
i of Hie illl'i'iTcncc" hitMccn (iincriuir
Tri'tir mill Hie Delegate In CoiiL'res
unit tin- differences In the llcpiilillran
pari) urunlin; nut uf II."
contracts for thu second he It-road
section, the new l.llluokiilniil school,
and lock haulliiK for belt-road work
wele slKiied this luornliiK by thu Oahii
I o.iii Tiitul ('oiiitiilsslon anil the con
trol tlm: parlies, ut a iiieetlntr held III
the mayors olllce at 10 "0 o'clock
l-iisldriit Tart may alteiiil Hie din
ner or the I'hnrltiiblc Irish Society of
Huston next SI Patrick's Day.
HAWAII
' ''AiiiaHal
I M JlaBjH.
r'K ' Lv$iW am
H. . HENDRICK, Ltd.,
Merchant and Alakea Streets
Iron Settees, Vases, Iron Fences, and Gates
PROTEST
Leaders
Of Labor
Arrested
1( Associated Pre Cable.)
SAN FRANCISCO, Cat., Feb. 14. Aa
a result of the Indianapolii grand jury
indictmenth thirty-nine arreata have
' been made In nineteen cltlee of prom
, inent labor leadera and othert charged
with complicity in the union dynamlt-
!ing plota.
President Ryan of the Structural Iron
and Bridge Workers' Union, eleven
I business agents, four officials, mem
' bera and former members of the ex
ecutive board of the union, are under
arrest.
SAYS G0MPERS ET. AL.
ARE NOT IMPLICATED
t Aain..futHn Nraaa rat,la 1
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 14 The
Department of Justice saya that there
ia no evidence to implicate President
Gompers, Vice-President Mitchell or
Secretary Morrison of the American
Federation of Labor In the dynamiting
cases.
NEW STAR NOW IN FLAG
I Aor!tP! Puss l'nl.l.1
WASHINGTON, D. C Feb. 14
President Taft signed the Arizona
statehood bill at 10 o clock thla morn
ing. George W. P. Hunt was inaugur
ated governor of Phoenix with simple
ceremonies.
MERRICK GETS SUPPORT
I AsstH-liit, tl Pless Cshlf-.l
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 14 The
Senate committee on foreign relations
favors ex-Governor Myron T Herrlck
of Ohio as ambassador to France,
PARLIAMENT OPENS
.r8f'j(t('t lnrj falilc.)
LONDON, Eng- Feb. 14 Parllmnt
opened today with much ceremony.
slightTeak-
More tumble over the I'eail ll-irlim
drjdork was encountered by Hie con
trnclors anil navy ciislneers cslor
dnj ariernoon. Willi tho water In tlio
first serllon of falsn crlbwork stand
liiK at Iho .'IIVj-fiMit level, and work
cm the concrete sides oxisised at that
depth under way, the water rouimenc
to rise, InillcittliiK a new leak. There
was, however, no movement of the
bottom or on. tlio side walls of tho sec
tion, iiucli as took pluco a week iiko.
"Wo lnno to auliclp.ite trouhln and
auiiojIiiK ilc.is undnr the iecullar
conditions piovalllnu at Pcail Hal
lior," said Civil KiiKinecr (laylcr tlili
ninriiliiK, "The picsent leak Is not so
rioiis, and It Is merely a. casn of stop-
pine InnK enoiiKh to II lid and fix It ho
fore wu ro on Thu dock Is In no
daiiKcr, nor Is dm situation critical
NEW PRESIDENT IS
GALLED A
NANKING, FEBRUARY 14, 1312 840 A. M.).
CHINESE UNITED SOCIETY, HONOLULUi
EMPEROR ABDICATED. FEBR UARY 15 HAS BEEN SET ASIDE AS
A DAY TO CELEBRATE THE UNIFICATION OF CHINA. PLEASE NO
TIFY CHINE8E OF HAWAII.
(SIGNED) WONG CHUNG WAI,
VICE-MINISTER FOREIGN AFFAIRS, REPUBLIC OF CHINA.
Powerful ("hlnoe In Hawaii, men
close lo llr. Sun Vat Sen and his Inns
BtiiiKRlu for Iho freedom of China are.
platinliiK a protest nualnst the m-atlnj;
of Yuan Shlh Kill, thu lniH-rlal leader
and former Premier, as President of I
the new Ilopuhllc.
As told hj the 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n ' s e i
hies yesterday. Yuan Ins asked Hie
Powcis to rceoRiiIzo hlni as Piesldenl
If a protest from Uawail avails, lio
will not bo piesenled.
Yuan Is bltlcily opposed here llo
Is derlared In bo a traitor at heart, a
hyiMicrllc, and a ilaiiKerous uiau to cu-
tiust with Hie dearly-boiiBht lllicrt) of
tho new China.
Chinese Consul Chen ChlliK Ho, who
waH notified by cubic late jestenlay
afternoon of Yuan" asrendiitiry atnl of
his own ikihIHou here, said today that
ho Is hourly cxpecHiiK u riihlottriim
from the Chlneso Minister at Wash
liiKton rIvIiik Iho attitude of tho PoW'
ors with relorcncoVn Yuan s reciuestn
Tho Haw alt Clilnil c, said one of thu
Icadlnc mcrcfianls of Honolulu thin
mumlnc will meet somo Him- Ibis afl
ci noon and discuss tho itdWsahlllly o
ciiIiIIiik lo President Sun Ynt Sen and
Dr. Wu TIiik I'aiiK to forward to tho
I'nuois piolcst acalnst tho roroRnlthm
or Yuan Slilli Kill an Hie first Prcsi
dent of China. They aro of thu oplu
.Ion that should the Powers ii-coKiiii-e
Yuan as Pict.ldent, the Chinese poo
pin In China and throiiKhoiit the wo Id
wilt be dlssittlsllcd with Ills iiiltiilnl
trallou. C. K Al. iiruiiiKcr of Iho City Mill
Comp.iuy. Ltd., jind ono of Iho best
known Chliieso In Honolulu, said tills
mornliiK: "I have no conlldence In
nan slilli Kal, He Is a traitor and
MORE TROOPS GOME
More troops for O.ihu Not u new
ri'Klnient, luit the oilier hair of a ii-kI-meTil
that has heen stationed here home
Hum and lh.it Is now to be hroiiKbt to
Kcther us a concrete in Knlilatliin In
lino with the War Department's fur
reacliiiiK policy of defending the stra-ti-Rlc-
ke or the I'.icllle
The llrst battalion of Hie 1st Held
Artillery Is soon to ho sent here fiom
the Philippines, aiiordliiK to private
advices from Washington, received by
Colonel ItmnhoiiKli, Its eominaudliiKor
IIcit That althoiiKh no orders are out
M'BRYDE'S 1012
ALREADY GOING
Mclliyile's nop estimate for lflli is
ulieady helUK oxreeded by the harvest
Iuk IlKUtes, althoiiRh Iho season Is s'lll
joiuiR. accorilliiK to .1 P Cooke, of Al
exander & llaldwin, who has received
sonio very MattiirltiK llRiires from Hi'!
Kauai plantation.
Tho maniiRer's cstlmalo for Mellrdc
lu 13,700. Of tills, S.Son tons linvn been
harvested and already tho crop Is run
n I ii K ll tons over Iho estliiiale, so
PALE
YUAN
TRAITOR
fin
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the Inlero.sts ot the Ch.nr e in Chin i
mid elsewhere will be Jeopirdlzed
(Continued on Pag. 4)
a ct. Colon I Il'iiuhiMiKh consltlers
this lororiM.ition autliiiilli Is evidenced
'I') the f.ii I thai be h.i- alriady put in
a ttiiiMllon for tpi.irtrs lo aecommo
date Ho oltlii is and nun '( Ihe expect-
il liiittiillnii
ItcKlmciiiul beiuhpi.irters ami com-
'panics l. V. and I coinprlslntf the sec
ond liiittiitlon, me now stationed at
Hi liotield lturiucki AIHioiikIi Hie dato
of .irilvul of Hie Hi.! Imitation has not
been delimit l aunoiinied. It Is be
lieved lli.it tin Held aitllleryiuen will
be lull- within a fc mouths
SUGAR CROP
OVER ESTIMATES
thai even with a Icrs ratio of In
iucrease Hie esllniiii will bu well ex
ceed ed.
I'm thei limit', ih" last Meld shnwed
thai It Is tukliiK oi l s 30 tons of cane
lo a Ion of -ii.:. n d'llni; even belter
thiiii the last hmii s of S.fiO, which In
I ii r li was 111111)1 less than last )oar.
"Tho Jiilceu aiu iiiiiiiIiik veiy vIiIrIi,"
said Mr Coolie tbl inornlnr., "and tlio
iesirts aie ninio than cncouraRlnK."
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