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Sir Thomas Upton will not come
to Hawaii during: his present it rip to
the Pacific Coas t. Tliis is positive In
formation,- coming fro ;r the ; .Irish
sportsman himself, In a cable to Com-
mod ore Clarence Macfarlane, received
Commodoro Macfarlane, who might
properly -, be .called : the father of the
trans-Pacific yacht .race, is a personal
friend of. Sir Thomas, and when the
news came that the latter was : t,o be
the moving spirit in a yachting feat
ure !of :1S15, which 'might include a
race from Sari f Francisco to liawaii,
he sent a cable inviting Sir .Thomas
to come to Honolulu and look the sit
uation over. It read fls'.follqwsrrp-r;,
"Sir Thomas Upton, Sari Francisco.
. "Aloha, from Hawaii. . Cordially
invite you as my guest to. visit Hono
lulu,, home of trans-Pacific racc.i . .
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iV4ir W '"Yacht'' La Palama." :
Yesterday the following answer was
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"Commodore Macfarlane, 'Yacht-La
Palma, Honolulu, ' ; ." ' . . i
"Kind telegram received Nothing
would have given 1 me greater pleas
ure, Jbut rsret lk of time pre.vcntf
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Local Republicans are highly elated,
by the persistent rumor on the main-"
tend that President-elect Wilson is
likely to retain Walter ;LV Fisher as.
ccxTcuxry on ae inienor. uven
the- fact ho Is considered -would seem
to -indicate -Wilson's leanings, -'and to
his .approval of the rclicics . Mr. -3h-
cr tr.3 Lccn cctaLIishing in the Depart-
mem cunr.s nis tv,-o years in oice.. J
They can ceo in thto an inclination j
cn luu j;ur,i .ci uic. l rcziacni-eiect lo
defer to tiie Territorial policy . of the
prcicnt administration - eo ?that, even
if Mr. Ticacr ia ncfcgiin chosen for
lh' r ce biz euccccr v.ill Le expect
ed to contlnua tho policies he has ad
vocated. Thi3 'would mean that The
wcrk cf , Governor Frcar t'c approved
and his retention dczired.'- '" '
"Daring his tricf . term Secretary
I'iLcr h"a v.cn an enviable, reputa
ten," taid cno Hcrutlican today, "and
ic he Is rcapr-'"tci by the new preii-.
dent it v;ill La leeanso he rccornizes
FlLhcr's value na a practical cllicial,
o vhcm.thc national v. cal is primary,
r.r.d I'ditical p-.rty'Is ct cr.Ty rccciid
cry irar art an 1M --ill rcalLe '"lL-l
J.ir TLacr . ald' u....!' crcdit"n :thc
Democratic- r.drainLtration. Anwir'th"
latter acccptcUc reappointment "it:n
c'eubtcdly will tc, not for the salary
it orrerp, but the. the policies "wbdeh
lc had framed and clcelrcs to put into;
active c; era,tlon. - . . ;
"To a" man cf Fkher's ability tno
salary paid his cfllce Is no inducement.
Fat if bo acc;. it, then tbo tcrritor
l:? cad the interior department- cer
tainly arc to bo ccnrratulatcd. He
ha3 in mind a policy for Hawaii, and
l:o undoubtedly would like to remain
in calec to put it Into uso with time
io watch Its-effect. .His policies with
rcrar1 to Al":l:a c." ! to Jhe 'Indians
tljoush Fizher may not ;be the new just as satisfactory to the citizens 6
Hxccutlvc's ultimate choice, frlends.of this Territory' v ; ?ir ..! -l
the locab adminiUra,tion argue thit i :: In anv event It is rerarrf hpro
All You r.'ccJ is a 25 cent Bolllc of Danclcfinc" Hair Gets
Xustrcus, Fluffy and Abundant At Orice '
Immediate ? Yes ! " Certain T-l-thafa J whose hair has - been neglectfed or i3
the: joy of 'it. .Your hatr becomes scraggy, faded, dry, brittle of thin.
light, waT. fluffy, abundant' and. ap
pears as 'soft, . lustrous ; and ' beautlTul
as a young girl's" after a Danderine
hair cleanse. "Just try thismoisten
a cloth Vvith a-Jlttle Danderine and
carefully, draw it through your hair,
taking one small strand at a time. i
TMa wlll lnnnco the finlr rf rltisK dirt
This will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt
or excessive oil, and in just a few mo
ments you have doubled the beauty , of
A delichtful surprise awaits.
ularly those who . have; been .careless,
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SHOULD BEGIN TO MERIT
rlUNDRED3 OF LIVE ISLAND
YOUNJCI, TENDER - AND FAT
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. me visiting Honolulu this trip.
"fs , rrhomas Liptofi.a"
tTo ;have had Sir. Thomas Lipton
make the ocean trip from San". Fran
Cisco to .Hawaii, and see for, himself
what sort of a run It is, would have,
been one ot the best guarantees tha4
he' would try and promote a transjPa
ciflo, race in connection w ith ; the In
ternational races which he is; planning1
for San Francisco, said; Commodore
Macfarlane this morning. "If he had
come here, I'm! sure hq would have
been .greatly Interested, In the Idea.
As It Is, I think that there Is a good
chance, of the race going through ;In
1915, for Sir .Thomas Is not the sort
of Taehtsm-m ' whr "!iIIpvm In thf
Vmrely racing machineof ; the skim
ming dish ; type. C He wants to race
real yachts, and I think that the sori
of boat which he designs and buildi
for, the proposed race at. Sari Fran
Cisco, would bo well able to make the
run across to Honolulu , Especially
as 'his own boat, and ' those which
might be built in ; Europe, will ; beat
thoroughly testing; out the capacity
of. every entry. J, ; " :
V Incidentally, Commodore. . Macfar
lane has ordered a 52 h.; p. engine for
La Palama, and will have her as an
auxiliary; cruiser by -next season. . - ;
cV the mainland have been In forW
for somR time, and &n far have tpccIv
ed hearty endorsement from the pep:
pie affected . directly. , There :-is 'nc
doubt his Hawaiian clans would nrovt
.sn excellent foreshadowing of event
that Fisher's -nama Khrmlrt vrn ; h
considered, for that is construed Ho
j mean that the Democrats close to the
president-elect have ? .approved hi
work to a large extent, and that thev
expect the president to, accept hh
recommendations. ? :v '
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to succeed nr?. CHEr.'
According to recent reports recelv
cd by the- local Chinese colony, the
present consul for.; Honolulu, -Chen
Cains Ho .is' seen to to superseded,
and his succceaor, it 13 stated, vill be
a diplomat trained In foreign lans
uacs and the duties of hi3 oGccand
will bo given the raak of consul gen
- -It .r"rs-t!:rt1h:? "-t Ciinero
consul is rn upholder cf the lato I.Ian
thu Empire,, and' the. younserChincc!:
blood of the City are anxious to-'haye
a conanl here who -Is more In touch
Avith-modern: conditions and Repub
lican form qS government - It has
been charged that Chen Ching Ho
has been very slow in his actions
against certain matters that ; have
come un before the consul that have
required Immediate attention, one In
stance being the case'of Wong Fooli,
the Chinese who .was killed on the
lorea some time ago. -It is. alleged
that the possessions of the dead m!in
were .turned over to the consul on
his demand, but he appeared" to .take
no further interest -in the case.
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r iff;; cleanses, purifies 1 and invigor
ates the scalp, forever stopping itch
ing and falling hair, but what 'will
please; you most will be after .a' few
weeks tise of Danderine,, when, you
will actually see new hair fine and
i?nwitv flrstl-TPS hut wnllv tipw
downy at; first yes but i really new
hair; growing; all over the; scalp. If
you care for pretty soft hair, and . lots
of it. surely, get a 25 cent bottle ot
partlc-.Knowlton's ..Danderine. from any drug
rstdre or toilet counterf and just try it
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to cause any raise of; price in that
product5 However, v should ; the war
continue for six months or more, the
price rwould probably go,np. " Gcr
many. Austria and Uussia are great
sugar-beet producing countries, and
should the crops be left to go to waste
in the ; fields: through the absence of
L the laborers who harvest "them, there
U n0 doubt be a greater demand
!or , cane, sugar, and especially i from
the Hawaiian Islands. ' I. ;, -vc:
5 'The beet crops in the three, coun
tries mentioned, will be harvested dur
ing . the middle of, next month;' and
another crop Iwill ; not;' be planted un
til nex,t-April, and, between the time
when the crop is taken off . and when a
new one is planted would give these
nations plenty of time for their war
fare, . whicli. would probably not last
that long, i Besides the - greater part
bf the labor in the fields is . done by
the women and should the men .be
called away to ; a war". like the -one
which is rumored, these ' crops would
Mill: be --gotten, off arid v $ . new one
planted. It - is therefore doubtful as
to wneiner ine warwouia aueci iue
sugar interests.' Sr
- "If Japan becomes involved it will
be a . very "8erious thing . fori Hawaii.
Large numbers of Japanese would go
home and it would - be impossible to
replace them on the, plantations,' said
Harry Armltagel ' :yS t r
. G ll. Buttolph .believes that ! Eu
ropean war would help the sugar, mar
ket there are no 1 two - sides about
hat: ; However, I have just had a cu
rious theory statedto me by a client
He figures that' a war would cause a
large increase of exports of foodstuffs
rom the United States: This would
increase; thev cost of living in the
United ; States, with the result - that
thcr? 'puld ba an irrepressible, de--mand
" for rf-cq sugar.": ril:
J.1S. 'McCan'dlcss said: ..Tour queo
jf.ion 13 very; sudden, as the girt said.
I suppose ,war would afTect the .Euro
pean' 'labor market and thu3 prevent
U3 gfettlns ; any more labor, from that
quarter;;; IV found. In ' California the
sr.eat- trouble.; wa3 . labor. , . The whole
world is J looking for labornot , only
Hawaii. . So far as the price of-sugar
is concerned, , I - rather ' think' war
would curtail the consumption of su
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Cecil ilSrown said that-he believes
'a European w ar wll not hurt us' any.
!t 'would certainly make the market
better for our sugar, owing ; to the
withdrawal', of labor' from the ; Euro
pean beet sugar industry. Of course,
t would ditch our European immigra
ion scheme.. If Japan got into a war
it ..would ; affect our sugar industry
more; Two-thirds of the Japanese la
Dor on our plantations belong to the
Japanese army reserve corps." " -i-;.
"I have ; really not given much
thought':- ti);ahe matter.,- One thing
.hat occurs-; to fine is . that, England i3
one of the 'largest sugar consuming
jbuntrlcs.said " J. F.l Hackf eld. : "She
obtains : tv- great portion -of ncr sup
plies 'froL' '"Continental 'Europe, and in
i 1; C c vc n t K I -vvur that'"sourco a. oul X
be' stoppeif, Then England would be
obliged o'draw. u'pon Cuba and Java
for her Wugar supply." ;.
- MVTo would not get . any-European
Inimirants in . the ; event" of : war in
Europe, "i don't think, however, that
t licro is going . to be .a, general ' war.
Wars nowadays are of pretty short
duratjon, . anyway; -said Richards iv
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elect seem to entertain the same view.
It is almost apparent that an extra
ordinary session Is Inevitable,; as any
other course would'; invite v sucn .'' ad
verso criticism , as" to ; seriously . en
danger ; the successor President Wil
son's administration. ' : ; V? I i ,
Bryan -. is Uuty"-'-:' :r7 J - - i.
' William . J. Bryan has -been here
for aWee&liV! faVbrsjleglsIation
by which the regular session of Con
gress! shall follow; 'r March r 4, ;, thus
njaklng extraordinary assemblages un
necessary. lie urges the passage of
pending " bills which would; make the
change effective, He -refuses to dls
cuss the Cabinet formation, Or the
possibility that he will, be offered and
accept the f Secretaryship of State. ;
.1 The reactionary and ; Progressive
Democrats t uC the: Senate are lining up
for a: vicious fight ;f or control of that
body: when :thenew; Congress' comes
into existence, -v The ; Reactionaries
have a small majority , as 1 the situa
tion stands, ; but' a long. and , bitter
wrangle 'appears- cerfalnw The : storm
center ;wiir ragexabout; thef selection
of Senator Simmons as; Chairman Jbf
tne f finance . committee." f tte.i as
charged with; -beirigl avPrptectlbn
Democrat and almdst as much wedded
to the! high tariff duties as was v Sen-
sition The Progressives urged": the
designation of Senator Stone a3 chair
man. ; Mr.- Simmons Is; entitled; to the
place by ' seniority: The controversy
threatens to Jose muchrof ' the benefit
gained ; ; by ; the democrats?: through
gaining possession of ? the Senate. : .
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'A' very feffective-iThanksgiving; ser-
vtce was held ; yesterday '; at -Leahi
Home. Short 'addresses iwere made
byC 'J. Day and; Frank; Cooxe. Two
lady visitors frora Australia volun
teered thein services, in. music and 1 an
address " and were-;very; entertaining,
for which, those in charge- of the mee
ing -are yerythankful. :Mrsr Bowen
also took a-promlnent- paYt ln5 the ser-
vices:--t;-V'?.;r'-;' -f : &
The doll sale which Vwasr conducted
under i the .auspices bf the - Golden
Circle Sewing: , Club last Saturday
proved to Jbe a mosii successful one,
the total receipts' being over one: hun
dred : and twenty-five r dollars. Ticket
'number fifty-five, which was iheld by
- Mrs." John' Wallier," won the bii doll;
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Following a 'serious illness which
terminated in partial paralysis, 0. A,
Steven, a representative of the Ha
waiian Sugar. Planters Association in
the Philippines. - where -for some time
past he has. served; in the capacity cf
labor, recruiting agent; is a pass :ncr
in the Japanese, liner Tenyo I.Iaru,
en route to the mainland, in search ol
health. ; v-!. Y: ; ' - ' -'
-iMr.- Steven was" stricken while . cn
the. China coast. For a tinio hia. con
dition was .deemed' serious." ."I!?- .way
ordered to return 'to the mainland, .-end
during the stay of. the-Tenyo JIaru r.t
this port Jias been given opportunity
to. confer 'ith heads of the planters'
labor bureau.' . V- .
. . Steven and Pinkham havo teen op
erating, in the central and; southern
Philippines with-considerabia cuccc-.
judging from the steady stream of lit
tle brown brothers. that finds its way
toHawaii witU every steamer from
the Orient. . - -';;.;:,.: ,;;:':- -,' ' --
Mr. Steven's present; intention Is to
proceed to British Columbia and' the
northwest to spend. the greater part of
the winter. ' - ' .; '. .'
Arrangements are under way to be
gin tho hearing cf tho next' and - final
Uahuha Ei to hearing in Federal Court
on . December 2. The counsel fcr. th'i I
owners. and for. tho covcmmcr.t I.:. :
loxcmplete the-cr.-o- by .r .:-;z.
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