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Honolulu star-bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1912-current, November 16, 1912, 3:30 Edition, Image 1

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tion' news from the mainland
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day's paper. Thi3 ners Is vcol-
lectfcd from mainland papers ar- 4
ririns last evening ': and gives
not only the' cost 'detailed and ?
authoritative inferr-.ation on 'the
election available,' tut" interest $
ing sidelights 'as vcelL There will 4
be no . material change from the
electoral figures given, although
California is still in; doubt.- ; 4
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FAX FRAKCISCO, Nor. 16. Cectst
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Arthur Coyne lay in a huge cradle,
sucking 'industriously at, a piece of
!:c:3 connected with a bottle, and the
vl-n a! :ve 1:!3 he-i. proclaimed the alrjb
lcp?3 f;ct that "Everybody's dom' it.'
Charles S. D.vi3, the LV S. commis
sioner, -"son cf Old Man Davi3," was
in Jail, his noble - brethren asserting
le wa3 "following in the footsteps of
0I3 father." ' : ::
' Dr. Norman S. Fainveather, the denn
tist." took the part of a dentist, ma
nipulating a . tripod, erected . over, a
iarge colored patient who pi esumably,
was nhdergoing ? the thrills of tooth
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; James F. Fenwick was entirely sur
rounded by a-heterogeneous array, of
stuff and the sign said, he was giving
a lifelike imitation of ai . Portuguese
grocery store.. 7- "
James Coke represented a "good Re
publicanrepcating his campaign orr
itory.and telling how he intends pay
ing back the banin debt' :
K. A. Douthltt "was supposed tobe
talking to ", bunch of - Kamukites,
whipping-them into line and Instruct
ing them bow -- to '-'..rote I a "scratch?
ticket , The final float carried the re
mainder cf the novitiate delegation,
all gathefeJ nu..d and clinging des
perately to n gcat v: ;.' .""'. , :..;.'
t vThe: line of march was ' from the
Temple, at; Hotel and ;Aiakea streets,
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v 'lllastrloa' Pofeistate of AILa Templc,'and IcadJnsr flj
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up Alakea to Beretania, 1 thence v to
Fort, thence to King, io Palace Square
then counter-inarching to' Alakea and
back: to the 'Tern pie. The balance, of
the work. was done; in' quarters; espe- tel.-tonight
daily ! arranged a,t the old Orpheun
theater, near - the,'young,MJotel. The
program will conclude .with a big
banquet at the Alexander ;Young-Ho
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?v -That China, Teali2ing her need of jtjn Young an American-born Cri
men trained in the West, If she is to nese,' has been .working in the mines
continue to grow, Is calling upon her .near CarrolltonPaL, fever? since he
foreign torn tnd reared sons to cotae graduated -frota Columbia nnlrersitr,
home and assist In the advance ot the" New York, more than fourteen months
mother land, is shown by letter re-, ago. ; He wanted practical experience
ceived yesterday -bjr Young' - Fting,Vof .s. la-his chosen work and he" went to the
the Kona Tobacco Company,, from his mines ; to. get it "His letter to hi3
brother. In .Young. ordered homei to brother says that; the present govern
work "the great , coal and Iron ; mines or of KwaT.gsi province "cabled for
of the Kwangsi province : me through the Chinese Himbassacor .
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ed cparv this mcrr.ir f:p r-;i-" -7: ; .
succissfwl,' and th;ir pati:r.t ; . '.
CHICAGO, Winds, Nov:?
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city, ty the ' hur.-reds, drivm cut ' f: f :-r cf
crowlnl in'a' numb:r 'cf ca;:t r J . . Th; .
said to rumtsr rncr: th?n Six t. : . :
tlce .! likily to tt s!;n:J with'n J f:
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in Washington, a" few weeks ano. . H? jCh-.n.' who 1 r,!-- r f.
sent me ?-V for .' my ''passage mensy. via Ujic; e.".
I did not expect such an ppportunity, ;-'.''.
but it carae ar.J I am returning to ''. rei::!:i fcr r :tur::.
Kwangsi to be:.i 'my work th ?re. . I j i n lu 1 c. '.:? cf t' U.
shall not be abl? to er?n3'mucii tl2 c'.;.; this mcrr.i.. ; 1 7
at home" c.3 I an -lnc!r;:ct .,1 to r. ,?i f r.t r.-.tive cf Cc.
to the vcrnor 23 seen as ro. rr; ; .
My steamer, the - Kaiserin -Auzuste V. S.. D. strict C
Victoria will sail from New York fcrj. Murphy this r..en.:
London Nov. 6 a week frorn thi3 ecm- jSlC'.CC") lcr . 're-ire !
ing -Wednesday, so 'that I shall .be cn tut?. TL:. I;:!, r:r.
my way when you get this 'letter.
In .London 'I shall Join Dt, Geo Wo
required every f; ::
proved by th court.
at. Hotel ana iAlakea 8trwts,iof: the Kwangsi:
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