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a 1 Prince I Cunid announced this a
a morning that," contrary to "; re- a
a ports , that he had intended eall- a
a ins on the EIcTra for the coast43
a Saturday,' he had decided to' re-, a
U main at hen:; for at least two or a
a three weeks c 1 would not leave a
a Honolulu ,i '
a reach Wat'
a delegate f-'
a plans for t;
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-:r.;; .urn cf cx?cr::2. There i3 plenty
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3 rutuvcrs, which 13 aa important
: '.rul.'cn ecclzz that: a . deadly
". cf wiil ctucily te thrown
'Jurir..t the rrcres3 cf the protleius.
Th:rc;:re, cut cf the entire anay, the
Or.hu crr"iratlcas haTebeea picked
to work cut th8 new ideas of machine
run effectiveness.'--.- V -' . '
nrc t LI ; utc aaat Fraaklla J.' Jack
Eon,. CecccJ Infantry, Is' president ' of
a tcard cf three or.cers now encased
in tlanalr. tha proh!crrrs,and he will
te in direct charge cf their executica.
The other members cf the board are
Lieuteaantj Groninger and Lleuteaaat
Kay, who commanded the machine
pua platoons cf the Fifth Cavalry. and
Hrst Infantry respectively.; The sel
ectlea of to young aa aScer to direct
thlS important work Is due to the fact
that Lieutenant Jacksoa Is a machine
gua. expert,1 and that there are lew
cheers cf any amy more thoroughly
familiar with the theory aad practice
of machine gun fire. . '' : . J
.The idea of a war strength, machine
gun compaay Is comparatively' new,
and the only one that has been orgaa
ized before was commanded by Cap
taia John Henry Parker, infantry, at
the School cf Musketry at Monterey
a little .over: a year, ago, "Machine
Gua" Parker, as he Is inown through-
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vhe r.;:r.;eat her. i:yi -la
mcnticainer the Eanltary cendi
ilcn cf th3 ttation, 'there are cna cr
t .o tciut3'nct touched upen, viz:, the;
Licence cf any Eort cf 'di.IafwCtant la
tcilet3 cr reams, and tha ia..ct re
fuca which lay ia little wlnrows upca
th3 fleers 'cf the rooms and upca the
v ir.;o.v sills. '''."-,'; 7--' ;
.'As to'tho food and service I caa
tcrrcherate XuIIy all that has hereto-1
fere eppeared and give detail if nec
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Iu Eumminj tip,; we -do not expect
r::.ce3 fcr t are e lyes but meet heart-
hep 3 to rzahe it.imcceeille for a
ccnlitica to' occur aa
fcr ths.rahe cf these who
ti 3 c3 trait3 and for
II-ac!uIa; but- whether we have re
Ore . 3 cr net, we shall carry the mat
ter to the highest authorities.
. ANNA WALKEIt SWEET,
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Lien .a3 tahen by th?
cf c-rieultura at it3 renthly :
in the cfrica-cf Th3 ..Water! :
i any.thi3 afternecn, cn t'..3 r
ticn to prpmcte a uniferri ce.
dinaac3 far th3 euppreeeh
tut e rcul
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teia dcferrel . -til r
when ' Dr. IcrrJ...J v. Ill
" There were present at th3 :.
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it aaia;- both ; j
vho maybe ia ,
2r the fame cf. J I . I
That partisan politics should be eli
minated frcra city and county;affaIr.?,
and that the 'incumbents ; of-, muv.i, I
pal ctTices should"be selected in
dividual merit rather' tnan because
of their party affiliation, is the opln
loa r to which Governor Frear has gi
ven VOiCer. ; r: ' '.' r ' :
He is making a study of . the direct
primary systenir and while te una n.t
delved sumciently lnto the subject 10
says it Is likely; that; in his messago
to the legislature next February- he
wjll urge; the establishment' of , . the
aew. feature. ? Whether It will be ad
visable . as a system for the entire
Territory, he does not attempt to say,
but, he Is Inclined to think it shoulcl
be glven a trial, Sy applying, the pri
mary; to the city and county of-Honolulu
as an experiment; and If it pror
ves satisfactory here, b taken: up at
some later time by . the Territory.? i -
It, is probable that . itt hfs message
the Executive wllli advise the adop
tion of such laws as nrlll bring . the
direct primary . to' Honolulu at the
same time that the commission form
of " municipal - government which he
will recommend, would go into effect.
Included la this- subject, he ; says he
likely will advise a change in the fis
cal year of the city and county..which
at present corresponds - with the cal
endar year but conflicts; with the Ter
ritory's ; calendar year, s which begins
in July, .'Aj-v".-f-V-:r V k -'I.
, With all these : changes, 1 he has in
mind ' the"; simplifying; of V;ihe; city's
government, fixing. power and respon
sibility more definitely, abolishing un
necessary . oSces and : creating Irooie
uniformity and co-ordination between
the city and Territorial : governments.
Aa yet he has been unable to give
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The Insidious hookworm ; has no
place in the coatented resident cf Ha
waii nei, according, to the determina
tion reached at.--Washington. Dr;
Trotter,' in charge of i the- United
States Public Health and Marin3 Hos
pital Service, has e been instructed
through cable by the authorities', at
the head of his department at the seat
of government, to. take steps toward
vdT.!i L .1;- carrying forward a borough examina-
hll ftS ? EA$5Z!JS!t tIon of aI1 Ien J tomigranti ; arrlvinj
hacL for., consiuenng - legislative -mat- f Honolnln. : - - - ' - t--T
V!?!a 'iS-,ii!S w.? Hookworm is a parasite that is to
rrl-:rTmrr r-:vr:S De sought bjc the.local jederal officers
the ' public utllltiea commission and
the working men's .compensation laws
on both" of which,: as previously, stated,
he 'will -make recommendations to the
legislature. ;;-' :: -
U Discussing .the directs prlmlry tt
day, the Governor 'said. Ae has .copies
of most of the .'statutes prpvid t? 5 ; this
feature In the various stales and coun
ties. So far, virtually all; have proved
satisfactory,: though v he 4 ; particularly
admires the one in vogue at Berkeley,
California He believes ;th$ California
preferential primary-- hi ;' quite t; good
despite the fact that Its strict enforce
ment by the courts In the heat of the
recent .campaign proved the -rock! up
on which the California Taft party!
hopes - were. ihzti6red..xi:t H
1 So. far ' most . of Goverhor -Frear8
work on legislative, subjects has been
of a preliminary nature, and. he win
not setue down to the actual writing
of his message until late in January
or, early In 'February. 'The legislature
In their quest,, following the mandate
The. examination ;wlll,; however, not
apply ' to Filipinos now entering r: the
territory, in large "numbersr-owlng' to
the stand taken that these people are
hot-aliens.-: 7 v : :
Filipinos are and have been under
inspection ' for some months by local
medical officers, .who are engaged in
this work under the' auspices of . the
Hawaiian Sugar Planters. Association.
Those races most vitally affected "by
the t order - will include- Chinese; Jap
anese, Koreans and Orientals in gen
eral. ; ';-- '; :;'; :,i.J,i"'u-' ?X
Following are the closing quotations
for. Hawaiian stocks, in San Francisco
yesterday: Hawaiian .Commercial, .40
asked p Hawaiian Sugar, 29 bid' and 41
asked i Honokaa. 10 asked ; Hutchin
son, 18 bid and 19 asked; Kllauea
12 bid: Onomea,: 25 Ibid and ,35
convenes the third Wednesday in Feb-tasked: ; Honolulu Plantation; 23; bid
children v. 3
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tr.vr.j zr.l ne.'iea!
tco Uts to tavs th: lives cf r
nvzzn MAnauAHD cuzd re;
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hsr cf ths f'r.v Ycr!;
;:3fC:3 dams::s, .:!:;;r3 ali: -it;
Cssly, the actress,-who. U Mir:
being produced. ; ;. "r-;'-
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PENNSYLVANIA RAILffoAD LC210 VT F..l'.
V PHILADELPHIA, Pa., f lav, 13. T. . '; t
presidency of ths .bia Penneylvanfa :.. ...
years, assi;nn3 is as his rei:;n. ,Hi3 t.c:e..-:
Saved by his ' three months : vaca
tion from a blhidhess. that wras creep
ing insidiously; upon him and' from
which he would have suffered for at
least two years and' completely inca
pacitated him for work. Circuit Judge
William J- Robinson arrived in Hono
lula on the transport 'Sherman,, and
today disclosed i to .. his : astonished
friends the narrow escape the vaca
tion had given, him.
; For several months , before he' left
the bench last summer the jurist bad
was' inclined -to att.-llutj V t tJ
weakening- eye3 and. tco : a It
reading. Cut 'when h3 r i L a
Francisco, cn th firet a v- -
tion trip- that v.-j tj t i i
long liunt thru; :h V ;'.. -
tains and up into V - :
he decided to have LIj tv3
by aa cculi-1 ' -
5 :;:The; specialist informed "tin
cataracja ; were slowly farm'-z
both eyes, and that la a f. r
more they would, be so far d.
P'": troubled by his dim eyesight He1
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