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ESTABLISHED JULY X, 1S5I.
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NO. FS.'iO.
HONOLULU. HAWAII TERRITORY. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 30. 1910.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
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FREAR W1AY GABLE i nI$T FLYING MACHINE SET UP IN HAWAII
ABOUT THE
FILIPINOS
If Nothing Else Remains Wash
ington May Be Asked to Stop
the Diseased from Landing.
I PLANTERS ARE ASTONISHED
Quarantine Officers Say Present
Condition Makes Farce of
All Other Work.
Unless a way can be found to .stop
it, and the way is being sought, there
will be Jumped on this community be
fore the end of another week, the last
batch of Filipino '"laborers'' to arrive?
This collection of one hundred and ten
persons include fifteen inflicted with
trachoma, some being so bad that had
they arrived as aliens the steamship
bringing them would have been fined
one hundred dollars a case. Fifteen
of the newcomers have active eases of
syphilis, while thirty odd show piain
evidence of the disease. If subjected
to extreme tests, three out of every
four of them -would show signs of thej
loathsome disease. - I
These are just a starter in the cata
logue of diseases the newcomers have
brought, according to the figures shown
by an examination made by both ter-j
rltorial and federal health officials. '
Thirty of the Filipinos have an incur-! s,
able and highly contagious disease i
known as amoebic dysentery: three orj i,
four of thorn are in advanced stages of j 5,
tuberculosis; over half of them have,
hookworm; four out of every ten have '. ;
the itch; two are afflicted with beri-;
beri and two are now down with pneu-
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STACKABLE IN
TIE PIELO FOR
INTMENT
SAYS MRS. EDDY
WILL RISE
EIPLANE IN WHICH J. C. MARS WILL MAKE EXHIBITION FLIGHTS OVER MOANALUA FIELD
BEGINNING TOMORROW.
"Although it is nearly two years be
fore my present term as collector ex
pires and it is early for the making of
announcements, you may say for me
that I will be a candidate for reap-;
pointment." said E. R. Staekable, col
lector of the port, to The Advertiser
last night.
"I have already received assurances
of support in my candidaey to succeed
myself from a number of the leading
business nw-n of the city, and I believe
that I am in a position to state that
mv name will go to the President this.
time with stronger and more unanimous
backing than ever before.
' My record in office is plain and
clear and on that record I will ask for
support and for reappointment."
AGAIN
Church Leader Expects Her Dead
Teacher to Reappear in the
Living Flesh.
DEMONSTRATE OVER DEATH
LOS ANGELES, December 29. Avi
ator Hoxsey today flew 3000 feet above
Mount Wilson, reaching an altitude of
10,003 feet.
IN
ORPHANS
Y
TO SEEJLIMS
Applications to Advertiser for
Free Tickets Number
Over Hundred.
AEROPLANE RECORDS.
nable dis-:
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monia. A few other unmcnt
eases complete the list.
This is the condition of affair faced.
bv the government officials looked to ?
to protect the health of the community , '?
and the i.fticiab of the planters' a-so-i j
ciation who paid the freight on the!
various collections of germs represent-J ?
ed. When the examinations of the Fiii-i
r.inos were beine made on Wednesday i - t
3t Quarantine Island, Governor Frear
Altitude 11.494 feet, by Hoxsey.
Speed Four miles, 3 min. 1 sec,
by Hamilton
Cross Country (12.1 miles, (il min.
4.03 sec., by Grahame-AVhite : 34
miles, 34 min. 3S sec, by SMoi-
satit; lOol-L' miles, 2 lirs. 20
min., by Fe-quant.
Circular Course .";. 37 miles, 52
min. 43.03 sec. by Le Blanc
Distance 3o0 miles, bv Wvnma-
len.
Passenger Four with aviator, by
Ti'oer Sumner. 1
Yolpianintr 20't miles an hour
average speed, bv Hamilton.
was present.
Now, he has the attorney-general j The orphans of Honolulu will turn
looking up the territorial law to see tjout jn fori.e tomorrow to see Aviator
there is some way in wh.ch the tor-, wafteJ ftW oq tfae ethcrial
rjtonal authorities can tae hold and;
prevent this batch of disease, human-j waves and perform his aeronautical
jtv from being turned loose on the j maneuvers. The number of little ones
community. J who "wiii see their most exaggerated
If no other way can be found, the j clli,isll fanejes eclipsed bv the miracles
Governor may cable to the secretary ot , Xhe Advertiser's invitation
the treasurv asking that instructions .
be issued to the local federal officials totals one nundred and eighteen and
of the quarantine service to hold the! they range in age from the fairy tale
Filipinos until a full report can be sent stage of three years to the lofty imag
to Washington and some final disposi- initti e period verging on sweet sis
tion of the cases made. The Governor j t(.en weu tlPV reVel in idealistic alti
does not say positively that he willltU(j(.s
cable, but he has this expedient in j Three institutions sent in lists yester
mind in ease no other way out of the,av t0 t;lt, aviatiou editc - of The Ad
difficulty can be found. I vertiser which totaled oik- hundred and
Making Quarantine a Farce. I thr-e who were just frantic to see the
"The idea of permitting these people ' I'inI an frolic with the Lephyrs.
to land here in the condition they are; At the G.r s Industr .l School tuen
makes a farce of all our work." stated ! are forty -six little maids ah in a fluster
Doctor Karaus, chief quarantine officer. 1 over the treat extended to thetr. by
i T (.1.1.- nt the nhsnraitv Ot 1 ne -Miver.ier ao i iuui iv;ienei3 i.i
vesterda v.
it. We meet the Japanese steamers and
refuse landing to all the Japanese
who sh?v signs of trachoma, then we
let the
accompany this bevy "to Moana'ua field
in its ny:
the diN'
cause f
disease j
exnenst'
j to see that they .pm t ip-T too High y
'at the sight of Mars, the aeroplani-t. I
Filipinos land with trachoma 1 in- tlnrty-t hree kPls at the iva.ila ,
aggravated form. We order , I Joys Home tloj.j.ed their v-..,g- liKe
they would tly with del gtit whe,. !
Advertiser's .f!Vr of free - i . i .. : '
. - r-"l M - If ' -:". .'li' L . n
CURIOUS ONES
SURROUNDING TOD SCHRIVER AND HIS BIPLANE IN WHICH MARS WILL FLY.
SCHRIVER IS THE TALL MAN IN THE CENTER.
PROFIT DESPITE
EXTRA EXPENSES
4
Hilo Railroad Annual Meeting
B. F. Dillingham Resumes the
PresiHpncy.
RESIGN OR GET
OUTJF FORCE
Sheriff Jarrett Issues Order That
Stirs Up County Committees
Juen in Trouble.
A bombshell was Hirer into the
ranks of the Democratic countv com-
:sbvv:ng a balance on the right side
of the ledger, in spite of the extraordi-
narv expense incidental to the various lv v .-.v . v i.-ruV . : , ,in,a. mv i:it- v umese c nuea j?ocierv,
CONSUL REFUSES
T W THEM
Chinese Hear from His Attorney
Fairy Yarn of Bold Rescue
of Prince Tsai Hsun.
Another ultimatum was delivered ves-
terday to Liang Kwo Ying, consul for
,pe
important extensions of the system, the
annual report of the Hilo Railroad Com-j
pany wis yesterday presented at the'
annual meeting of the corporation, h
nose. lor the suerm. signed an order
whim makes it compulsory for all of
ficers of the police force" to resign at
i once irom tne countv ana territorial
report siiows the total
of the road for the
Nation of a Portuguese, be
nd afflicted with a scalp
d the Territory g-ex to the
t sending a man iikc r;i-
Biond Pr wn half around the world to
escort this one and two others a tra-
ehoma case and an imbecile bacK '.
Funchal. Tiit n we turn around now
and let fiffv or sixtv badlv diseased , Valley
Twrsrm- enmo in without being ab'e to;torial room
do anvthin". I there were about twenty at this -usti
"We Kto"s the fairlv clean and let jtuti..;, who lire enthusing over the pro
how . :is :: - i
re as . ger to -ee
t hi youi,g-te!"-i
;o catch :st '.
i 'la. is co.'iing down the . Ipp-'.ey. The
matron of the Castle l!.o:,o in Mai. "a
called at The Airtiser edi-
vesterdav to iiiinounce that
! h( th ing niachini
to tiein arol tliey art.
M;irs on tin' wing a
who have homes are
committees. The order was signed v
Koo. as f,.r Sheriff Jarrett, and the
ruiinsng expenses ot the road tor the news sriend around quicklv.
ear ending June V.'hK to have been ' This move of Jarrett is taken to be
irl.T."7.i;ti. with fixed charges and in- !,hl' i'T stc'i' towaids putting the police
! to? co 1.01 a civil service basis. There
I are s-x or .-v eii otficers who are me:n-
to -s'j.i.l.ss-j j leaving a , nutt'Vs. and
ei ilo:iti'.lg
d' sL"s,42i'.10
lebt 7lt.C.7I..
The total rei
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in the filthy."
Smallpox and Diphtheria.
"The recent epidemic on Maui, both
the M!.:i!!t"o and the diphtheria, have
been traced to recently arrived l-'ili-pin
-s,'' reports another member of the
quarantine' -orvico. "The connect ion
between the newcomers and the first
eases ot the disease is plain and un
mistakable." Plague Also.
The first ca-e of plague reported for j
several ncnths is nKo that of a F;li-
pin... a thtecM-ar old child dying wilh- j
few days at one fit the :
is at llonokaa. three miles i
:.ige. Four plague infected j
1 on tut, a rat ami i
te-ts made in ti.e TIoto- ;
rv jr-ve eonchis'. veiy t.o?
he plague germ,
an.; rat campaign i going .
Hted oenter and the health ;
piat:ta: -on ma nag-- ,
pie
! We
t of actjially vvitnes-'n'g
.T the at mospiiere. Tie
lev Home tor Japanese ;ui
Ih
it of 4.'.4.
n t'nis, in tin
nditures. an
deducted, leavii
e voir s."i:i"l,.l-.
The report of tin
e construction work
.!'! as net earn ir.gs. j
wav of extraordinarv
amount
the
of iln.o72.-s;
.Mars cmi
s:,.. ,,,,. u
i p.. riant extensions pe.Lig made
choose between holding their jobs or
l'-signitig from the conunittee.
I ( hainnan Harrv Juen is one of those
involved, and his position as turnkev at
net profits for the countv pn-on looks as if it were
: !o-t. He and his compatriots, who are
president dealt with : working to oust Chief Mo Hurtle from hi-
j'-i..iiiji u i : ; n:e . o. ia tne iutuie,
oik from the outride and not as mem-
and he was given twenty-four hours to
make reply to certain questions con
cerning the consul's alleged listing of
local Chinese as revolutionaries with
the Peking government. Consul Liang
did not take the full limit of time to
consider the matter, but answered yes
terday afternoon, denying the right of
the society to ask him any questions
concerning his official acts."
The Chinese United Society held a
meeting Thursday' night, when a reso-
se men nave now to lution was passed authorizing another
on tic
four im-
d Korean
insti-
to then
in Tne pa-t
Filipino ea'r
from tin
rodents were
mice, and t i
lulu labor?, x i
presem-,. ,!" t
A vig 'ront
on at the infee
Utht.rit'es .CI
J women and children was the rir
tut son to compile a list of yo-ing or.es
who wanted to be remembered by The
Advert is-r and this was handed ;' on
Wednesday.
When Mars heard, that tlrrteen wis
the numbc! of bereaved li'd- ones
from tins home who wanted to s,e
him in flight, he threw a fit and said,
"make it twelve or fourteen, bur m-vr
thirteen Mars is .,.t superstition, bur
he 1 eb eves in taking every preca tit ion
in Ins risky business, so The Advei'isi r
promi-ed lein that rifteen ticket- would
be provide 1 for the Susannah We-v
ilome to make doubly sure (.f a oiding
the "tslu'-ky nutiib.-r.
The boy's of The Kabhi Home w'li
be 0"iiv-ved to the polo gr-und in t'ae
icard of health wagon and lr. P Paid
win will furnish automobiles to take
elv cooperating
in th
men are a
leaning hp.
Not a Single Deniable.
According to federal ruling-- regard
ing the landing here of aliens, there
is not (.no mom be f of ti.e pre-ent Fili
pino bunch f rue l.endred and t.-u who
could be passed by the health anl im
migration cO'icials.'
Doctor Ramus states that fifty per
Cent, of the bunch would have to be
excluded and deported because of their
physical condition, while Immigration
(Continued on Page Four.)
t he
Mo
uiab
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Ibid
school g
t o i 1 1 s - r v I
,-:t
use
line and the most satisfactory progress
being made. Superintendent Fil'er's!
report also .lean, m the main, with the
progress of the vear in the wav of im-
J provemert to rights rf wav. installa
t'on of new machinery and rolling
-teak and change made necessary by
the growth of the general business, lie
; reports only one accident of anv ac
count during the year, in which an em
pb e received a fractured leg.
Changes in the Board.
.. A. Thurston, who ha been preside!--
of the company -lining the absence
of p.. 1". P.l'ingiiain. resigned, an -I Mr.
! ::n:g i-ini was reelected to his old
p'..:. e. Mr. TlairsTtsn being elected viee-pre-'derf.
the position in the company
ii- i a 1 t ormerl y hel-1.
Waterhouse resigned from the
directors, his place being filled !
eb'ctio,, of II. M. voti Holt. I
1 to t he .ersonnel j
list of officers now !
ers of Jarrett staff.
(Continued on l 'age Four.)
EXPENSES GO IIP FIVE
MILLION DOLLARS
mass- meeting to be held next week,
when Chu Gem will probably be one
of the chairmen. Another resolution
authorized a special committee to draft
a letter asking the consul whether he
really did post local Chinese as revolu
tionaries with various Chinese officials
in hina. They asked him many perti
nent questions, because the knowledgge
is of almost vital interest to nearly all
(Continued on Page Four.
REBELSTflONGHDLD
HAS BEEN CAPTURED
! .ort
1 of
Chicago Railroads Grant Ten Per Reported That Malpaso Defenses
Cent Advance to Seventy
Five Thousand Men.
'11 ICAl II ). He
of the comprom
the employes of
ri-n of the i
thev would
-h'ldrioi out
xhibitious. Tiie ticket
T!
said
mat
that
t l,e
tner i n-t itut ions
!in-l a way t"
to the aviation
for the orphans
1". K
of t' e
sa nd-
a :
b
i wa
ar I.
add
The
will be -ee-;red this morning and wiil
be readv for the representatives of the
fo :r orphan home at about one o'clock.
P. V. Piliitii!
Tliurst-m. vice
Va Ik en burg. se.
ham. treasurer:
it'.g here ami th
it was aniuni'ic
wages of seve
! Wo ihl be raised
ham. president: L. A. i "ti January 1.
resident: A. W. Van j in t'ne operating on
retarv; W. F. Pilling- tor the vear of fiv
ci-ncession 1
emlier .10.1 As :J v.wult'
-e arried at between
fifty railroads center -,
;ir;ii;i- managements,
d la-t night that the
ty-rive thousand men
en per cent, beginning
"his means an increase
ens
1 1
-ues
K. K. Paxtoii. auditor;
'he
If there are anv more t be heart
from they wiil have to apply early this
ap-ernoon so that The Advertiser can
get them all together. The tickets will-, low
(Continued on Page Three.) j
W. F. Piliingliani. K. II. Wodeh.mse. V.
K'iiir.p and II. M. von Holt, director.
President's Report.
The report of L. A. Thnrton, thtf
ri'tirmg president, wns, in part, a fol-
mniion dollars,
tlie railroads, in
the face of the argument generally
made that incomes have not advanced
in proportion with the general increase
of operating .'xpenses. is regarded as
most
Have Fallen Before the Re
peated Assaults.
CITY OF MKXTCO. December 3b A
report has reached here that the town
of Malpaso. the stronghold of the revo
lutionists, has fallen before the con
tinued assaults of the government
troops. Witli rhe report comes the news
of many killed and wounded, both
among the attackers and the defenders.
Eebels Have a Ship.
NEW OP LEANS. December 23. Tt
i rumored that the cruiser Detroit,
was sold by the government.
(Continued on Page Eight.)
which
satisfactory by the men, who n,.lv l,,,,., the first nf n fiUbiKstorPnor
were on the point of striking a few, fleet on the west coast of Mexico, act
lays ago. 'ing for the revolutionists.
Perhaps Today; Perhaps Not for
Years, but Sometime, She
Declares.
NEW YORK, Dcember 30. That
Mrs. Mary Baker Eddy, founder of the
Christian Science Church, who died at
her home in Brookliue, Massachusetts,
on December 4, will rise from the dead
and reappear ia living form among her
followers, as Jesus Christ appeared
among His disciples, is the claim made
yesterday by Mrs. Augusta E. Stetson,
one of the prominent exponents of the
Christian Science faith in this city and
formerly a close personal friend of
Mrs. Eddy.
"Mother Eddy will demonstrate her
victory over death, as the Son of God
demonstrated His victory," declares
Mrs. Stetson. "She might not reap
pear on earth for years, but perhaps
she will appear tomorrow. At some
time she will rise from the dead to
convince the world."
Mrs. Stetson is one of the early
"students" of the late Mrs. Eddy, be
ing sent by her leader in 1SSC to New
York, there to assist in the founding
of a New York branch of the church.
She became one of the directors of the
First Church of Christ Scientists, shar
ing with Airs. Lathrop the most prom
inent positions in the church. Dis
agreements with Mrs. Lathrop on Mrs.
Stetson's part threatened to wreck the
New York church, the former leaving
and founding the Second Church. A
year ago, Mrs. Stetson and. a number
of others were expelled from the
church.
Following the death of Mrs. Eddy,
Mrs. Stetson, in place of an interview,
referred to a letter she had written
some time before, in which the follow
ing occurs:
"The oft repeated statement that I
am to supplant or succeed Mrs. Eddy
as the head of the entire cult I have
repeatedly and emphatically denied.
Christian Science teaches that life is
eternal, man is mortal and that no
one can take the individual place of
another. In reply to a clergyman who
said that 'Christian Science will im
proved in its teaching and authorship
after Mrs. Eddy has gone' Mrs. Eddy
says in her message of 1901 under the
subcaption 'Questionable Metaphysics':
'I am sorry for my critic, who reckons
hopefully on the death of an individual
who loves God and man.'
"Such foreseeing is not foreknowing,
and exhibits a startling ignorance of
Christian Science. Life is the
principle of Christian Science and of its
results. Christ came not to
bring death, but life into the world.
I adhere steadfastly to this- teaching.
Therefore I repeat: Each individual has
his and her place in the body of Christ;
no one can take an individual place of
another.
"I trust that T shall not again be
obliged to refute the erroneous state
ment that T contemplate erecting anoth
er material church edifice. That has
been fnllv and finallv -demonstrated."
PARKER'S PARTNER
GHAUNCEY DEPEW
NEW YOKK. December 30. William
F. Sheehan. Democrat, who has been a
prominent political leader for years,
having served in the State and national
committees, has announced himself as
a candidate for the Cnited States sen
ate ;o succeed Senator Depew.
Sneehan is a wealthy lawyer, a part
ner of Alton P. Parker, Democratic
nominee for the presidency in 1004, and
i a director in several transportation
and e'ectricity corporations. lie served
fioni lss.-, to Iso) as ;, member of the
New York r.sseniblv. being speaker of
the house during his last vear.
REVOLUTION ENDS IN
SOME REAL FIGHTING
NEW ORLEANS. December 2f. Tt
is reported that the Ponila revolution
in Honduras has began. Fighting is
reported below Tape (iracia. The
Hornet is at Puerto Cortoz. heavily
armed.
Ponila is reported to be advancing
no Ceibs.
ATHENS SHAKEN
BE SEVERE TREMBL0R
ATHENS. December 20. A violent
earthquake took place here today.
Many buildings were damaged and
panic was created, but no lives were
lost.
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