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Weekly Bulletin, Vol. VII. No. 1274. '
Semi-Weekly Star. Vol." XIII. No. 226.
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c (lvcrnor of Hawaii
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tr.ay-'c::.? t'.vzlr M eff the bat after
Mart!; 4. i!3 i- ::ow a 1 Etror.g pes
tllilAy, ' - h i recently it vs
a t( r-.ct:
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FREAR AfiD LIHDSAY : ;
TO STUDY LAW OfJ v
; vl. ; DESERTED ISLAfiD
Fleeing from the " hurly-burly 4
of Honolulu, with the Legislature -f
preparing to , hold session, the
Corcrnorand the Attorney Gen-if
wal ''hope" to taTte' three weeks
of f. and hie them to .part un-
known on, board '.tho United.
States Revenue , Cutter Thetis.
4 Just when they are going is not .4
f yet known, but the, plans are
practically complete, ; with that 4
exception. . It is stated that the
officials - desire ; to "etudy laws
4"'for the next legislature to pas3
upon", and they need the peace
and quiet that can be found only 4
upon some deserted Island out
on the broad breast of the Pa-.
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ca a vccdlica, .mi six
1.3 in-th2 est. After visiting my
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ill be, further cur-
t ' .1 cf lrupcachiuen
r. t Judge. Robert "V
Ccrcr.erce Court, anc"
Lurch time. The
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If the Prc?Tcs;sives- execute
"Things are; In rather ' a -chaotic
state on the mainland.' said Faxor
Pishop, ; who returned this morning
from New, York, where with E.
Tenney and J. P. Cooke he concluded
a reaeMal of the contract of the gu
par Factors Company with tbe .Amer-
! ican Refining Company. '
- "Opinions on the question, of tarifi
legislation differ according to the per
sons expressing them, and one;zr.an'i
opinion is as good as another's. . :
"It is pretty well settled that there
.."is. going to be 6ome reduction in tb
sugar tariff, but whether it will be i
conservative or -a radical cut is4 :f
: taatter of guesswork. .
"General business was good when 1
" left, 'but since then I see that , Nen
York Is : rather unsettled. i. -; . : ;
' Mr. Bishop would offer no. opinioD
.' regarding the probable effect on the
sugar market of & European war.
DRIVE 'GATES, LAWN FURNITURE
H. E. HEWDRICK, LTD,
:y to ti3 honor tho f.Iayor
tram Rlvc-l-rsh,at prcs-
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"Hcncl-Iu lochs glorious ; . ; I will
never leave it asaln," said Captain
ITe!r.rich Dercer, as he stepped off
the Vilhelmina this morning, returh
rz from his six-months trip to the
Uuited States and Germany. He furth
er stated that the climate in the fath
crl?nd was not the bc?st that could be
expected whilehe was there and tha.
Le had leaded many times to be back
in 'Hawaii nel again. , . : ;
Captain r.erj:cr ieft Honolulu tv
: :.L urgh was asked this , morn;
ir : it were true that he has been
n. . .. J 3 a compromiso candidate
for t:.- jcb now held by W. F. FrcJr,
ar. 1 ' r'-i to rr.aho cay Et-.t-r.cat.
"I -o heard that my narae i3.be
Ir J in some quarters," waa all
tl t would say. - He declined to
e: 3 himself regarding, his attl
ti ward the possible appointment,
t asserting that he has 'maJe
r. . ; j toward obtaining any en
d :ats from the precincts. .
i cae of the friends cf the MaV
j: retary the position of the
i. . '.: ; of the RIvenbt:rsh booni
f . overnorshlpo wa3 made plainl
:rgh is one of the rabst as
ti '.iciaaa in either tartyf In; Ho-
r. I le is a man who has. stud-
ic .tieas here and on'the maln-
lc nearly ten. years., lie Is -a
p I man, with a practical train-
1: .le 13 a man who keeps his ear
to 3 ground, who has no ish to fry
d doing his duty 1 in any posl-.
t! which he might be called. He
i ! ' :en a leading Democrat
fo. .ars. ;iie Is young and active.
If t re Is anythkig in: hisypast. rec-
J c i t af wculd count against him in
t y contest for the position, I have
nr.! apered. without strings, political
1 3 hear it and I have lived here
y year 8. He could go into ofSce
middle cf June on a leave of. absence
from his duties as leader of the Royal or : amerciaL While progressive he
Hawaiian Dand. He traveled direct to j is - 'A a radical. "His" friends- want
New York and. from' there took a
steamer to Hamburg, and it was dur
icg his trip home that he visited sev.
cral of the largest cities on the main
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"Works" In Hamburg.':. J: ' '
,rVe went from Honolulu to. San
Francisco," said Captain - Berger . this
morning, "and ..after a 6hort stajr in
that city we "went direct to New York
and took the Cleveland for, Hamburg.
On our arrival In Hamburg, we went
to. Berlin the same day iand arrived
there fust in time to . Join with the
other Americans, for I am an Ameri
can now, you know, in the clebratlon
of the Fourth of July, and I must say'
that it was a grand evenLi V-.. ..'
, TThe only thing that the Americans,
In Hamburg were -up. against m as the
matter of appropriate music for the
occasion, as in that city It is a diffi
cult thing to secure the "Star-Spangled
Banner" by & German band. ' I was
called upon by " a ': delegation of the
Americans there v and y succeeded in
getting .'together a, band to play pat;
riotlc airs for them. , It was indeed an.
enthusiastic, celebration. ? y?
Praia For Vienna.': , ' "'.
We remained in Berlin during the
month of July, and took several side
trips to a few of the smaller cities
including BresIaiC- From Berlin . we
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"v E. FAXON' BISHOP,: Is back from
a "buslnes trip to the mainland which
cs rried him to the ; financial : centers
on .the east coast : Accompanied -by
Mrs. Bishop they were passengers by
the Matson Navigation liner Wilhel
hi In the executive .'office and, are
gel r to work for him." ' . . ;
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..,. It is r:::lz3-tti3 that ' C ri:t f :-t
will buy th; club..' It ii xr.izr. .. . i th al; ."
bzekina he; rci-3 f:r f 5 pure' and thst-ths dial wi l
tii urfcrsten .difficulties ariss. . - .
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NEW.VOrtK, i-NoVember ' 2S-Jch ri" Cash,' thr fcssthall n:;-:. vl
rise to fortune as the owner cf siveral cf th; rnc-t fa-
is.tsst':::! c!--S cf
the -country was one of the ' romancen cf tha r:
hotel this mornin':. Fcr severa' years-f-.r.
t'zi zt hii r:
.!i his L::n su',:ri,-' frc v
Iccomctor ataxia, a!th--. ;h hs -ta r'.'-.-i t? hfs fcusfn::5 i.
to the last. ", At the time of his c;3t.i r .r.
the New yYork Giants' and, had cxter -
clubs.'.'-.', v. ' ''"y. ,.f.'-.C'. - . . .-.
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Associated -Press Cable J '-' ; ;'y -'.
NEW-YORK, November 23. Thrfunmtn, Cyp the Clood, Ltfty Louie,
Frank Clrofiol and Vhitey Louis, were sentenced to death in the electric
chair this .morning' by; Justice Coff.' The men were at once started ta Cirj
Sing, where they wilt undera the penalty for their crimes, January 6, next.
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iy Special Star-Bulletin Cable y ;V? A y v- v,-' Y
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal-Nbvembe r 25-Vith the sound of the eana that
shall 'calf Ad. ".WolsastJand 'Willie Ritchie for the big fight, the Interest in
the coming match. here is intense. T he betting, which has been slackhas
taken on a r.-esh vrm and the odds of, 2 to t on Ad., are now quoted freely
In snorting "centers. " iCoth, mfcn are re iported to be. In tip top fettle and both
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are said to D COniiaenroT Dringing .n ,ome mo ucon. v . ' -
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fieWSbfJV Dinner tO Be Served Prepared - undr; the direction, of Al
"e,w?r" U,V ' . y oc, veHi Jungclans of thSalm Cafe, by the
by Jungclaus at County
4 best Thanksgiving -chef in town. The
dinner will be served in the open prof
aiding the weather, does not prevent
it , The boya like an -eat and . run
game: where !they can take' It easy
v - "L -while they are eating and before and
thanks tin true newsboy vstyle- on r-"t wiaSJ
Thanksgiving Day-:.-...:.::.:,-- wit a!1 ? n ?Ie Z11 nd
wT . ' . I candy, not' to forget loads of soda wa-
j Thanksgiving has always been OTevterTOetboyiv-wl!fVbv(We;,to-.rit
of the. .red letter days of the year for 'n' eat n -eat, Ull they can't -eat any
the newsboys of the afternoon . field. 1 mor( . . v ' -v- y .
The only excepUon this year Js that j :t&ZrZ&
the latter will be tedder than usuivi Afler the dinner and the games the
The nroeram as at oresensnana-' cars wlU, call for the boys In the aft
the Star-Bulletin main office on Ala- pm at Punahou or the movingpic-
sharp. . These cars wiU carry, them-. ioQthau teams,, ,
on a tour throughout the city on the -The boys have ' arranged for their
lines of the street car system. " , . games, ' footbalL - ;baseball. running
This will land the boys at the Coun- races provided ythey, have any wind
ty Park at about noon, s There they ,eft after blowing; the yblasts on the
will have the wholev park and y the V Thanksgiving horn f tyrl4''4
whole ocean in which to sport till the j The" Star-Bulletin -wllf- not ""be is-'
time for. dinner. - . s ' y..v ; ''-V;r :, sued on .Thnrsday.the whole day be-
jDinner" Is what eYery boy looks for- ing given over -to the newsboy cele-
, warayio ana uus year least is to De .orauon,
Jnst what is a "anchu" Is the ques
tiori which' officers f of this depart
ment have been asking ever since the
lastarmy appropriation "act automati
cally atopped- the pay of officers who
had less than two years actual duty
with troops during, the last six years.
The 'term "duty with troopa" is so
elastic that it has remained for the
judge advocate ' general of: the army
to make an Interpretation of. the law,
and a copy "of hiswoption has Just
been; received at department head
quarters. v;:-v ;;y y:' v'-y r- f
It was . thought here at - first that
officers -on leave, or on sick report,
would be debited with detached ser
vice, but apparently j this ' is not .the
ease. ' : .: ; :'.y f ".yf v:' " ;
-la- part. the. opinion reads , as fol
lows '.''. '. ' v y . ;C'y. , ' y .
; The period between the ; approval
of the. proviso, Angust 14, 1922, and
the 4late of Its' taking effect,' Decem
ber .15, ; 191 ii- Is one of preparation
for meeting . Its :' requirements I ' and
vy ; .-" ' ' ;. 'A y
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vihlch, it is r.; L:';:,.J, c,:i.j .'. . i t ' j ,
(r...::al to th3 r'.-r-lrai! :
: VlCiJNA, AU3THIA, ri;,:..:r IC It i; r
at least of the Calkan Alii;:, f C:1.::
In 'hsr' opposition tc Austria's f !a.-i. A rr; t r
C';:riari trc:-3 are fc'air j rzzi'.'ul frzn t ; 7
over Into Cirvia and. will ts h '-rried t: . :rJ 1
Ccatir;ed reports in-icatc th:.t a 1;,.; r. .
stepped In their steady marcii c.i Cor.:ia-.t:-:,
v,;t.h all fpeti toward ths. C :rvi;n tcrc!:r. f:;;'
1.-3 on at Ce!;r2is to defer.d -fs c'ty s;::.-:4. c y;
The upper Csnubs-is the tcrr.s cf itirri.yj r
tacit'y airrittei that tcth c:--tri:3 are t'rrr'.t r
VACHiriGTClJ, D. C r.'cvr;
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by the Uavy Department, It Is'statec h:r in ;
crj.cr more cruisers will ce rr. s J ; reaiyfer e;. '
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LONDON, England, November 3 Int:-:3 tri
over the prcepect cf the spreaiiri cf thj v;;r i.i Z . .
situation here today. ; An ' ur.ccr.firmed r:;:rt ,i.at; ;
ipotentiaries which met this mcrr.ln-j atJTchataiJi
any terms 'of ajreement
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i 8ALEM, Mass.i November 23 Aftor r:-r--:rt's tr!:!
has been the center of Interest the country ever. t: t :
erscharged with i complicity in the shoctirj' cf a v:. .
the mill strikes in Lawrence last Jantrry, vtrs r:--itt: ',
tOr. Arturo Giovanittl and Frank Caruso va!Vei fr:m V : r
men, to be met with a great-demcr.atratirn. cn t' ;. r - cf
kinds" who had been waiting for the j. -y vtriict
y ; Not only.wat -there. no direct ccnrction e:'.at' . i ttt
thelabor leaders during the oi3 Lawrence stri: s a - th 2
woman, but the prosecution fail: i to show that the t rr;
the crowds of strikers to violer::. : " , -.
li: William '.M. Vood, head cf the American Voclle.i. C.
been arrested, charged r with "planting" tns dynamite at
finding of which was first taken as.dama-'ri -evldince r
leaders.'; The opening of the trial today- is trken as a vi:tcry fort,
ers who participated in" the Lawrencs ricis.;'-- " y ;
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fPppcial 'islar-l.i;lltin' Cable j , yy . .' ,
SAN FRANCISCO, November 23. Four Chinese girls, tV- :
were arrested on the garg plank cf the T. K. K. liner'Nip; 1 '
that liner reached hare, yesterday afternoon frort Honolulu ' t
One cf .them, Leong Moon, had shipped oh beard the ves::I n ;
She was arrested, charged with smuslirg Chh-.ess into the t'r .;