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Evening Bulletin. Est 1882. No. 634 4.
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High Officers Ordered Here Jo
. View Execution of the
. ; Defense Plan
That ihe war-game .tc be played by
tbe array, of .Oahu next n.onlh is of
more than ordinary . Jn port-ance, "and
that th maneuver jaign ; U ex
pected to do Its part to"vard eolvin
. the , big problem - of tue r island's . d
fense. Is made apparen iy the new?
; that the commanding general of 'the
Western Division. Major General ri
thur .Murray, will prcbaoi make a
epeclal trip to Hawaii fj-Vri.uirss tl.g
m Imic warfare. Word reachtL 're
yesterday afternoon that - nlupSw-.?
officers from the raalzlanii, including
two or General , Murray a . personal;
;Etaif, would require accornmfxljitbni
on tne ' November transport to the
"coast and officera of this department
take this to, mean that the division
. . commander, accompanied by his other
aide, Captain Pratt, : ; will , pmbably
travel by a liner. V .
. ; Cut whether1 General , Murray .4s
bere In person or not the detailing
of nine officers to attend . the man
euvers Win Itself significant There
will, be! no. lack? of umpires, with
toe6e outside observers -on the
, ground, and with the" cable to, the de
pot '.quarterrrjister announcing their
prospective' arrival, the Nr. - ncr
-cafnr.-! ImmedLKely tocu c:v uJjd
-Importance.' ',, ; - . ,
Intjictors Ccrr.fr jT-, ; ' ''.;;;'
Two "Inspectors general , are to bo
amftng'the visiters.. They are Major i
Alonra Gray, and 'Ifsjor ITclIanus,!
and theircor-:r-s t3 caused a burr' envcrs ,w.Hl commepec October 21, and
or - comment ina tpeculaiion.-.. Other ; w UJ Jastt . untlKtne -ZSth ?rhen Mae
officers who will act as observers and "war will come to an. end;-General
umpires are Ilajor Flemmin!?, Adju-! Macomb Is to bo maneuver -?eomSiand. L
tantGc ' f . r'D. itL.e tV" cUCz nd'chJeif . umpire; the command 'of
the Colu-..tia; Captains M. N. Smith, the opposing Red and. Blue,armies will
;-!T. J. U.wCc, rlJcs to General probably, be held.by the two te hi of
Kth lr.; rr Lieutenant ; Julian
fode.'Cth lnftry; Lieutenant T.
Kurt, and Jjirr.ca L.. Thorn.
lAJ. GEX. ARTHUR MUHIIAY v
Who will probablT' aitcnu Oabn ma
:!:".: ;: neovr rs.
- The general scheme, of the maneu
er campaign has beenworked out
by a board cf officers appointed by
V. D. McCaskey;! colonels of the department; the troopa
on tne islands will be divided between
the two armies as ewnly as possiMOi
In this last particular; as there is only
one batamon of Feld Artillery and one
regiment of Cavalry, there is bdnnd tq
be an unequal division of these organ-
General Macomb some months ago,! izations. -Probably two squadrons of
but, the plan is, of course, secret and , cavalry will be with one force, . and
nothing as to the general or special", one ' with; the other,' and to' make up
situations is to be made public. This for' this predominance, the .'army with
is because. It Is aimed tomake the.the least cavalry will .'have the m8s
maneuvers as similar to real war as artillery, probably three batteries: to
possible, and the commanders ' .tr one with; the larger . cavalfy detach .
each force will be expected to y find i ment. " There are two Infantry r.-t;i-out
for themselves the position and ments available, and one. will be with
disposition of the enemy, through
their scouts. Of course, the strength
' of the opposirs force will be an easy
problem in mentaJ arithmetic for the
ccmnanders, as they - will ; merely
have to deduct the number of their
. own organizations from, the total
troops in the Island to find the ans-
wer. . ' 'v . . v..v
' In fact. . t he make-u p of the two
armies wilj.be -known .to everyone as
soon as the troops march away, from
Schofleid Barracks. . ; . -.While
the general plan of campaign
Is secret, and will not be known until
the problem actually develops In the
field, department officials have made a
few definite announcements. The man-
each army 'The canitary trdops will
be evenly divided. As there ar no
regular , signal , trojoph on the Island,
the signal detachment of "the ; Fifth
Cavalry, which has had coiislCe-ablo
speoial (training, will probably bo sp'it
up between .he Reds and the Bluea to
handle the field communication." Field
wireless, and : night signaling with
one battalion of Pield Artillery and cne
acetylene .flashes, -will probably, he
paign. - .. r:j: ;. -; ; -- -, ; :
A few weeks ago a board of army
officers was detailed to the War De
partment to. study the problems of
defence here and to evolve a 'plan "to
5HINGLE, CHAIRMAN. OF i
: CENTRAL COMMITTEE
Assembly Dissolves Peacefully
:- After Harmonious Ses-
'.With mild ' eheerinz.'i rpsniindlne
music and some; yawning from tired j
delegates anxious to go home, Kuhlo t
was nominated as Delegate to Con;-!
gress to succeed himself, shortly afr (
ter the1 Republican Territorial conven-1
tionr. convened In session last, nighti
There were, of course, no wild scenes !
of ) enthusiasm t such as might have :
marked a - contest- but everybody j
seemed happy save two delegates from '
Maul, who engaged in a fist fight oix
the steps of, the X)pera House ' after
each had accused the other of double
dealing. Peace was restored by m'emj.
bers of the Kuhlo committee, and the '
interested spectators of the battle' r
straggled back; into the convention
hall , to hear Kuhlo express his sur
prise and gratification at the , sudd erf '
and unexpected honor ;whlch had been
so harmoniously thrust upon him.: Y
Named by.Dsha. .: v j (
Kuhlo , was nominated by : Stephen
Desha in a lengthy . speech -in Hawai-i ?
ian and the nomination was"' seconded j
by -R. - W. Breckon,- .who aid that; '
evils had crept into the Republican J
pany and lr was now proposed to,
remedy them. He- said 'the party ia '
on record as being always able to put
Vl orward r a cham plon of " print Ip l c 'S
eual to the occn.isn,aad te- dtel
It'tca-Trbt departed' from, its history
in. rencminatlns; Kuhlo. ... : i c '
Cecil : Brown moved "that ithe nom-;
lnatioi;s .'close, and D. L.tWlthlngton:
anff J. Av Maguire escorted the Prince
Rebel Zapata Declari l- r
; J !; S 1 a y 1 1 f ; Tro d p s Cross
; But IF Victoriotis Will
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. ,' ;:,'Vi-::-'i ' :' tAociAted Press Cable.'
r r MEXICO CITY Sept 13.-Ths rebel Csntrat, Zz-iM, d::!:r.
the United -Ctatet.adopta a, clicy cf lr.ttrv5r.!;n, hs v.;!l kill - -lean
in Mexico, --but .-If vlctbrloua will exjel, Orczco, v.ha Is r.z.i V
cner.by the United 'States. - : I . ;
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tKpedal -Star-Bulletin. Catl a J " .'
CILOXI, Mlta Sept J 5. Fernanda d Z Aj :': , v.u: t
United Stated Senata expired this year, dl:i h:re t: . frc 1
tsnlng. -,-;--.-..-' ---- . - -'- - .- . :
Senator Money was born In 1S3 9, an! " e srv c i vr tb d : : k. ' - - '
theClvU War oh 'the 'Confederate si . IT? w; i rc'.Irci
siht In 1884, and after th8 close of tL 3 w:r tu...:
V.zs, beins elected to Conrecs in 1 74 zzl t::. : c .
1SS3. He was appointed to tha Cc:.-t3 (a i::7, to 1..1
ty the death of Senator; Gecrs. -
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DVSY.DAY ON KAUAI I
. - . .-v i '. K0BEI.T ; n. SIII ULE . .;:.;
announced thlsraornlir; that he Is not a caridldate before the .
-V.y.?.v,;-:n-l :-r'... convention. ' .. ' j
u a attuu a " it xtnit a a a aa a a a a a a aa a a a a a a a
ii-SH I NfiLEta ' STATTCMEriT : r.' 4 Setic youff business man .tb become
k 1 y - . ;n nnrtinat nnrt tinner nrevion cm-
4';4 4'4V 4'4. political labor 5! expended , within the
ci V, :f A- J' -v.' -f past ; few. days to induce that, ener
ditions would leave the field free for
' "f i a battle between Eben' Low and John
Having been selected as chair c. Lane, the unterrifled, albeit obsti
reentered' ' the
mart of the Territorial : Central 4 -hate, candidate for7
f CentraT, Committee, I feel, that : I -f Ella1 Long, too, has
f should devote my" time to ' the 4 j field. : iri
(Cdntinuetf enagi 2)
VICTIM OF KOOLAU BURIED
; . WITH MILITARY HONORS
Soldier's Bcdy Recovered from Pose found that steeie had been giv-
ea every care Dy Mr;,Krmbail of; the
hotel when., the soldier had -reached
there Sunday evening in .a: famished
and ; exhausted condition. Notwith-
. Special SUr-BulleUn Correspondence J standing Mr. Kimball's kindly efforts.
SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, Sept '18. pieeie was in no condition to accom.
Th fiirpri upririrea the late Cor- iPany the detachment, and Rose there
fore Edward Hickey of Company . A, Ior? Ie nis party into the mountains,
Mountain Wilds by Intrep
id Search Party
Second Infantry, were held at the
post chapel at 11 o'clock on the morn
ing of the 17th inst. Chaplain J. P.
Houlihan, Fifth Cavalry, conducting J
relying on his knowledge of the coun
try gained on his expedition ; , to at
tempt the finding of the V party .of
teachers that were lost in the moun-
the services. Colonels French and j tains some weeks ago
McGunnegle, with the majority of the
officers of - the dead soldier's regi
ment' attended; - and every enlisted
man of the Second not on duty also
paraded and followed the flag-cover
ed coffin . to the railway station, thus
paying honor to J.heir comrade who
;had given his life in his endeavor to
carry out his "orders among Koolau's
, gorges. ;-.:"-.. : v
Lieut Rose, who had been sent out
with a detachment to recover Corpor
al Hickey'a remains 'returned on
Monday evening: from the successful
performance of that duty. On his
arrival at Halelwa Hotel, where Prilr
vate Steele awaited his coming, Lieut
Special attention given to CARBU
RETORS and MAGNETOS. All work
guaranteed. - " - ' x : - " F '
H.-E. HENDRICK, LTD.
f.!ercsrt & Afikta Cts. Phone 2543
Steele was able to recall some land
marks near the scene of the accident
and, with that meager knowledge
Lieut Rose's trip was a credit' to his
Sense of rnuntrr. . .
I From, the nearest practicable road
it wa3 over seven miles to: where
Hickey's body Vas found by the bank
of the deep pool i into which he had
fallen and from which the courageous
Steele hadxdragged him. -
Lieut' Rose's little, party were over
four hours making their way out of
the deep gorge and back to the wait
ing' ambulance.: . ; ;
In addition to recovering Corporal
Hickey's body. Rose also, by . rare
good fortune, encountered the missing
men who had been reported lost from
A company and led them out to 'safe
ty, - The two men had been in search
of Hickey and Steele and not : as at
first reported members of the original
group to which these latter belonged.
Lieut Rose and his party have been
warmly thanked for their energy and:
good mountaineering. . i
(By", Star-Bulletin's Staff ..Corres-.
;T.:.i'-;"i pondentK .:
ELEELE), Kauai. Sent 18. (Spe-. 4- duties of that, position.- To ac- But'there is another Richmond who
cial to the Star-Bulletin) The Fisher .4-cept a; nominatt lor. any coun- 4.; entered the field this mbrnlnf, and he
party 'arrived X at Walmea hy v the ty of fice would certainly -require f-f .is no less a person than Sam Parker.
Mauna Loa . at 4 seven 3 o'clock I this me to neglect m,y duties as chair- : Although an added starter;', Par ker'a
morning after a fine ;i trip with- man.; Solely in Mhe ; Interests bf;-f candidacy is not likely tO'make
smooth, aea. They took three a'utos -t-. the; party, .tnererore ;i win not r or Low .feel at ease, not by any tin-
for their trip around the island, stop- accept a nomination tor any : ot: 1 1 ner of means. - In . fact -the geheral
ping at.Port Allen for breakfast with' 4- flee, and will work "as; hard; as -f I opinion among politicians thii ticrn
Walter McBride as host Mr. Flsherl-f know how for: every candidate -fling was i that Parker will be, the r fa-
had an .- Informal i discussion with' -f. nom i nated.
McBrlde'and : H, H. Brodie on the 4-
1 vorite. Lane: has7Iost much ;of. auch
.ennnnrt aa ha hurl it Is cfatoH ' Wroiih
1 a 1 . . . 1 A t . ,. J I - a M.
home steading condition. The ipartyi i-r -t--r f-hls persistent refusals during the pist
left at' ten o'clock for Kalaheo, rwhere' , "Under no circumstances witf I be
the homestead inspection will be held, a candidate for the nomination for
and there .will be ar public hearing at mayor before the Republican conven
Lihue shortly before noon. . . j tion tomorrow.". This announcement
. "' In 4 statement made by McBride, made1 by Robert . Wv Shingle ; this
he is 'In' favor, of the, system of home- morning, puts an -i end to - a deal ; of
steading on corporation plantations,
but he doubted - the advisability of '
cutting up the pane land.- - v"
few days to" consider any, oth - r; can
didate . for the nomination thaL 5 John
Low, it i3 , believed, is a iElrbcger
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There is a wee mite of a Japanese
lad awaiting the" appearance of his
parents at central police station, who
may have figured' in an unsuccessful
attempt at kidnapping. - V :l
Under detention, pending a further
a i,f.- x- f investigation of the case, is- a middle
Trade of Hilo asking Secretary of the , ?!d, Pl?m" hi
Interior Fisher and his party to take Df m fTnu c
dinner aa the Board of Trade's guests ed .under
K tr ,a vcl OclllUfl , ju.Lax utiuj, vuuu
1- -n a -7 im and conducting herself in a manner
a.j a v w " w.
tion likely .will be accepted, as it-will , to her mentaJ condition,
necessitate no alteration of the itiner-j ' The Japanese youngster, is appar-
time will permit'
.The Maul Chamber of Commerce
also has sent an invitation to the Sec
retary nd 1 his party to ; be the guests
of the citizens of that island; and ask
iDg for ': information concerning the
itinerary in that county. The Informa
tion will be forwarded today by Terri
torial Secretary E. A. Mott-Smith, who
has remained behind to handle such
natters in the absence of the Gover
nor and the Secretary of the Interior.
It la not known.yet whether, another
an- fnr ihA inland nf Hawaii and the ' ently well content with his surround-
. - ' ' . . .1.1! V T 1 1 . . A
Secretary desires to tneet all the nusi-; mgss at me siauou. ne is iB..cuai6e
xresi men of the -Territory that his .of a kindly disposed matron and ms
' Dr. "Emmerson was called to make
an examination of the mentalcondi
tion of the woman now held under
detention. The "Filipino talked in
rambling manner, and had much to
say concerning an aching tooth. Her
bodily ills received' treatment, mean
while the police department is mak
ing every effort to learn something
concerning the youthful Japanese.;
; In the course of the morning sev
eral Japanese called at the station
Honolulu Friday, as the party Js to
leave at nqon of that day. If a session
session of the inquiry will te" held in I with a view of identifying the : little
fellow. So far the callers have Deen
unable to give any light upon : a mat-
Is held it can be but a short 'one, at ter, that is nearing the border line of
least" '-'r.- ':-r'r-:---': .;":-v-: 4 ' mystery.
' The woman is said to live at Queen
Emma Hall. x Prior to -taMnr up a
residence there.- she' 19 'safd -toi have
made her home -in Kaakako."" : From
what could be gathered 1 by the i offi
cers in their ; round! of 'investigation,
the woman visited the scene of a for
mer; residence -this 'morning,; and
while ; in Kaakako district, , was seen
to lead the little Japanese boy away:
No charge has as yet been pre
ferred against the J woman, in ; it ;
TWO SUGAR STOCKS :i
DROP A QUARTER
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Oahu was , the only sugar' stock; on
the board today and that for but two
blocks; and 50 shares at 27.50, a ' de
cline of a quarter point -The: same
price was had for Oahu - - between
boards to the extent ' - of '35, ,. 20, '100
and 5 shares.- Hawaiian Commercial
is . the only ther-sugar, stock report
ed on the day's, list 20 shares -selling
down a quarter; point to 43.25. f.4
' i Oahu Railway scored an advance of
1.50 in sales of 20 and 25 shares at
142.50.? Everything else on the list is
in bonds, namely: Hawaiian Irriga
tion sixes, $4000 at 101 ; Hi'Jcr Exten
sion sixes, $4000 and $1000 at ,95.75;
Olaa sixes, $5000 and $3000 at 97.5ft. v
Rebels suffered heavy defeat In Ni
caragua, and continued - government
successes have cleared the situation.
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NEW YORK, N. Gept 12 The nr;--LUcan fit!: !
clines to! accept the rts!;r;it!:n cf Cu:i Avery, - wJ.:.i '
ganizatlon has expelled fsr cf!:!:y!ty ts ths psrty. ".
clares the seats for New Jer::y, West Virginia and f.':. -and
accept the resignation cf ths commlti:m:n f;r C.
nesota.' ; .-: ' - ; .' -l ; ' - ; 'yr ':,y: . , -.
Meidcaii --Fedsralj - For.
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" DOUGLAS, Ariz., Sept. 18-RoJa mi Ci!:::r, n1::! -:
combine their forces to retake El Tljro, cccup!:i by it: 1
terday.; i -"; . ::' .- -' - f':-."; .... ;
MiliiaHondra::;F 1 :
.TOKIOr. Sept 18.-rThe hears for General Nc:l's fu-:r:! :'.
listed of a. gun carriage. Ths hl;hest officers cf t.-.s arr.iy . J rrj
elated as pallbearers. . , ..
!'y-i':"'.- . .; ' ; ; itpeciai Star-Bulleth Cable ' - . '
, BINGHAM, Utah, .8ept 13-Fly9 .thousand mlnsn, v,ui :v; 'rr? ci
strike here, engaged In a fierce fight with, a traln.'csd ef sr.. : J c . : : :
today, and repulsed tham. Over 2C0 shots were fired durl.-j ths L-l..;.
s ? . ' ' .' "tSpectat Star-Bulletin CableJ .' ; ';
-ROME, itafy, Sept 18 Dispatches have just reached here ' ttV,lrj cf a
battle In Tripoli In which tha Turks left SCO dead on the fleU. Tha I::;
of the Iatlana la' estimated at 60 killed. :
Bull MQOseslRuri Indepen?::
0"' :;Z,i;V;:';; Sp
-TOPEKAr KarC Sept 18 The' Roosevelt- electors here, have z)izi
to run Independently. Their name will not appear on the regular nepuill
can r ballot ' ' ! . -' ; - - - --".'.',
At a meeting of a general steering, i Supervisors J. II. Cral. .Jack
committee . composed of represents- Lucas, , J. i Enos, C. O. .Eartlstt Ac
tives of the. various precinct steering drew Cox, C H. Arnold and one mora
committees, held this morning, prac- from the Fifth District . .
tically a complete county and legisla-- Representatives, Fourth District
tive ticket 'was provisionally agreed JasJ H Boyd. Norman Vatiic3, C. H. -
upon for; presentation: to the county Cooke, ' John Kamanoulu. A. F. A!
and district convention tomorrow. The fonso and Ed Towse, provided tt 2
selections were as follows: - ' - first precinct withdraws Berndt ar. I
: Senators Dowsetf . Renton, Kalei- votes for the open ballot
opu ; ' y: -u-'-y-:--V-'". Kepresentatives, utn jj:strici ...
County clerk David Kalauokalani U XasUe, Pikuli, E. K. Fern:: .
Jr. -,. ; '.i- ; : . . . Mahoe. David Douglass.. - '-
County attorney John ' W. Cath- The first precinct is.dlspc:?: tD
cart t--'. : ..-"-'- : combine . with the Fogarty r.:
County treasurer Geo. W. Smithies.? calUno precincts for tza t;cr:t '
Auditor Jas. BIcknelL i and to carry thrc-:: T