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IXOKOLtJLTJ BTXH-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JAN 11, 1913.
aHirE : MOT ma :
OT3EE
To sail for; Lahaina and , IIIlo at
three o'clock this afternoon instead
cf an boor later according to a former
tchedule, the Inter-Island, steamer
:.! auna Kea la taking out a large
list of passengers,- among whom Is a
delegation of mainland tourists bent
on viewing the volcana of Kllauea.
In i adding Lahalna, Maui, to the
-week end run of the Mauna Kea it
was found that the Hllo liner failed
to reach destlnatioa .at: Hawaii :.in t
Unit to, permit the transfer of pas-J
renters to the Sunday morning train!
r ; the volcano.: Under ordinary!
father conditions, a delay of about
t hour is jcansedVby the i vessel
calling at the Maul port V
A considerable and . flattering? In
rrcase ia noted of late in, the travel
' ctween Honolulu and Hilo. Tae ves
1 returned from Hawaii this "morn
' " ; bringing , a ' good elzed lists of
- - and deck passengers, c " :-
rr eight included 116 packages' sun-
rlcs,' 10 crates vegetables; a quantl-
- cf empty drnms and kegs, Bbarrels
and 26 barrels' alcohol. C i -. .'it
r.cuga- weather, at- Laupahoehoe
: i. vented the landing of passengers
J malls at that port on both the
tward and inbound trips. TreveV
s for Laupahoehoe were carried on
- Uiloi , ' '.: i
The Inter-Island steamers Kauai and
ul were reported at Hllo at the
? of the departure of the "Mauna
a for Honolulu. 1 The Maui is to
1: ,T a large shipment of native hard
i and paving blocks to Honolulu
1 should . arrive here - tomorrow
: rAzg. -. -.-v : ;: ' . :. n ' ' ., -
Tie American barkentlne Nuuanu.
a San Diego is reported to have
: ved at Ifilo'i on last Thursday,
leers In tho Mauna. Kea state that
? schooner Annie Johnson was : at
a port of Mahukona when they
:; rd there.
''r-'''"'r,n
r:iwly -the'- t6::a 'aTe tightening
: usd Jesse Clark, the streetcar
:. iuctor, arrested a short time ago
the U. 8. marshal on a charge of
"ys&my, and.U. S.. District Attorney
- ! ons . says today that he believes
I as now obtained ? sufficient evf
::;3 to convlcrrhe accused man, in
e the 'latter attempts to establish
defense.' ; : "' ."''-:''.'' '
TLe lalert T)It of evidence arrived
iterday, in thelorm of an affidavit
an rather John F. McGinty of the
".. ih die - church in San Francisco,
-taer McGlnty states that he- mar
J a man claiming to be James Cllf
rd Steele to Theresa Cclaroni In
:.t city on January 27. 1908. -k At
cLcd to the afridavltt is ; a photo
raph, which ho swears is tiat of the
an known to him" and to the .San
rar.clsco wife as 'James Steele;:'
This apparently : is the picture - of
t'.e man here save that it shows a
: an with a bountiful growth of hair.
: reckons believes the hal shown in
; e photograph ; i - a - toupee. Jesse
Clark is hald.?.?.Th;Bak. that seems
o fit here was supplied the district
. ttorney a short time ago by a letter
irora a Hono'cln .wonxan who had
l een a neighbb? of, JUr.r and Mrs.
Clark, and who caj-s che la ready to
ro on, the witxees stand and Swear
t aat : Clark had exhibited a toupee , in
ct presence, raying he " formerly
used it, while working-on the-CoasU
It is understood that Clark has
tc!d some of .the streetcar men , here
tLat he has CcnfesBed If he has It
evidently has not been to the federal
prosecutor for the latter has already
arranged to incur the expense of
L ringing Father McCinty and " the
Sciaronl womaft f rbms Saa Francisco
to appear beforr the ; federal grand
Jury in thli ease when the Jury co
venes on January 2?;-:, '. -. h
! SUGAR
SAN FRANCISCjdCCal.t Jaa 11.
Beets: 88 analysis. 9s. 2d. Parity, 5.92
cents. Previous quotation, 9s 2 l-2d.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Jan.' 9. Su
gar: 96 degrfc test, 2.48 cents. Pre
vious quotation, 2.51 '.scents.
.The popular discussioB at the New
comers' Club ia Cooke Hall, Y. M.
C. A. bulldinj tomorrow afternoon at
a quarter to, Qre o'clock will be the
beginning of a' short series ot studies
on The Expectations of Jesus., Out
lines have been prepared by general
secretary Super following some sug
restions of Dr. Bosworth. of Oberlia
College, on ' th e" tudy of this subject
ffi
HAVE YOUR EAGGAGE HANDLED BY RELIABLE BAGGAGE-MEN
mm 1 ransxer
ij -v i,":
14A9. Hv
VESSELS TO AND
FROWTHE ISLANDS
Speck! ' Cable to Ilfertnaitf
5. .- Exchange
Saturday. Jan.1L
VICTORIA ? Sailed,' Jan; 10,J3r. etr.
YOKOHAMA Arrived; Jan. 10.. S. &
i Pereja,: hence :Dec.i 28 i " ': ' :
HILO Arrived Jan. 9, bark. Nuu
anu, from San Diego.
MAHUKONA Bailed.. Jan. 10, schr.
Annie Johnson for San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO -"- Sailed, Jan. 10,
;B. S. Hyades.' for Seattle.
t
PASSENGERS ABRITED
. Per. stmr. , Manila; Kea, .from .Hllo
and way portsH; C;, .Hapal,A C
Jones, Capt CD. Stiles, F.. a Brad
ford and wife,! C. -Cassendykt and
wife, M. L. Ml then, wife and . child.
Mrs; x A. M. Cabrinha and'i Infant, H.
Downs, 4T. Nakatsu, iA. 'A. - Wilson, W.
O. Hall. W. Cullen,' Fucando Jarales.
Mrs; M. 'Camara,'; Jos! ;Ttaf try, ? Ching
Fook Tan; Choy King Pung. -?vk Choy,
Choy King SangVJ. E MnierMra. L.
Hull and - child, Miss M., Kempster,
Mig M Renton.'Miss E, Kenton, Mrs.
H. H., R en ton. JMiss.E.. Weiss. Miss
V.; Madden, Mrs. Mackenzler Master
Mackenzie- -From Kawalhae-fJ. "P.
Curts, W. ?'M. f i Lindsay, ilieut ! 8.
Young; Miss A. Rickard, W, Notley.
Sam Kelllnoi. From Lahalna MaJ.
Donkblg, A. S. Prescott, ,U . Weln
xeimer. ' ' .
. PASSENGERS DEPICTED-;
'Per T. K. K. S. S. Shinvo MaroT for
Japan and China ports Front' Hono
lulu: fr. F. Oakes. Mrs. R. F. Oakesc,
Per' stmr.; W;' O.-'Italic 'for,' Kauai
ports, JanJ lO.-W. D. "McBryde, Mrss
Wilcox,; P. K.' Palama. 1 Mra.' (X' B.
Hofgaard, Mrs. A. K. Gardall.ana 'In-
Per 'str CIaudlael. tor iJahalnaland
KahuluJ ports; Jan. 10. Miss" Oblin-"
ger, - Mrs. .E,- Barba. : Miss E. Barba,
Misa R. Barba, G. F. Burns. Geo. Kon.
Miss Ah Gn, H. P. Weller. E. Brecht,
O. Brecht, Miss E. Kawalwaaole, Mrs.
M. Kahana. r 't .'' a :?
Per. O S.(; s; Sierra fori San' FranJ
clsco,V Jan. , IX. Mrs,', Frances; 'Ander-.
son, Master,. Allen .Anderson, Miss
Mary Bennett, Miss C. Condi; . xl. V,
Cox, H.. V. pixon Miss Anna Farisee,
Mrs. K- M. Goolding, Geo. E.; Gunn,
lira. C. a Hall, Herbert Harir, A. W.
Hedemann, Leon Honlgsberger,; J. M
Howard, Isidore Jacobs, :.- R. Jaadorfr
Mrs. rH.- Jitter, . D. Low. Mrs.!,
Myers,'Mrs.' R. PfelL C. S. Pray Aub
rey . Roblason,- Selwyn Robinson, ,51 rs.
t Stephenson, Paymaster Steven, U.
S. . N.; ; Clareneef Wilson. ,Wm. WolffTt
. - t
! PASSENGERS BOOKED
Per atr. Mauna' Kea, 'for ttn6''vla
way ports,' Jan 11. Mrs;- JJW. West
ahd infant, TJlt&X. Cameron; W. LS
Severance, Miss ' H. ' Severance. Mrs.
B. Walbrtdge; C H. WelVs Mk?? and
Mrs. . J. F." C'Hagen, Miss K. Kekele,
Jno. Sllva, H. L, Lyon. J. B. McS wan
son, Mr, and Mrs." W.' Q. McQuarreL
G. L; GivOlinl, A; El. Austin; Mraad
Mrs. A. C' Eames, Mr,' and Mrs. F; 0.
Hummel. Mr. and Mrs; C S, Carlsalth,
Mr. and Mrs. Holmes, A. S.'CantIh. ff
'Per Stmr. Clandlne; tor Maul ports,
Jan. 13. E.- W. Hulse, M. A. 'Nlcoll.
WlW Taylor;
Per. str.fKIlauea,.for Kona and.Xau
porta, ; Jan. 14. Miss C. Jieelros,
Mrs. P. Correa, Master, E.? Correa,' Mr.
and Mra.C. W. Burkett.
. - Per str. Likelike, for Maul and Mo
lokal ports. Jan,: 14. MUsiHMcCor-
riston, L. H. Judd. Geo. McCorrtston,
Mr. and Mrs, IL McCorrlston. , : ,
, Per ilr. Kinau, for KaAiat ports, Jan.
14. A. M. McBryde. H iL- J '
Per atmrMauxtaKea,.Jor Hllo, , via
way ports, Jan 15. Mr J and Mrs. C.
W. Burkett, Mrs. Sutter, Miss: Mc
Larrn, J- WWaldron A. .Osaki.
, per str. W, O. lall. for Kaualports,
Jan. 16. Mr. an-t Mrs. William Dean.
HAILS.
Malls- art due. from the following
points as foIlowaV
San Francisco Loganr U." S. Ai T.,
Jan; 12. - ;;- - 1
Victoria Marama, Jan. 29.
ColonlesSonbma, Jan. 26.
Yokohama Nile, Jan. 21. ,
Mails will depart for the followmi
polnta as follows: 1
Yokohama-China, Jan. 23.
Vancouver Makura. Jan. 28.
Colonies Ventura.; Jan. 20.
San Fraaci8co Transport, Jan. 14.
PANAMA, Dec 31 A party of treas
ure hunters, headed by Miss Barry Till
and Miss Genevieve Davis, left here
today for Cocos Island.
The island lies in. the Pacific about
5."0 miles southwest of Panama, and
for years has been the lure of treasure
seekers. According to tradition, mil
lions of dollars in treasure are buried
there.
LOVt)
mm
i There were many interesting eat-
! .. ..... . L .
lires connectea wnn me aeparaire oi
the Oceanic liner Sierra for Ban Fran
cisco shortly after the noon hour to
day .v
Scores of pretty maids and matrons
lined the rails as the vessel was pre
pared to sail for the mainlands In
cluded in the" list of sixty cabin pas
sengers was a bevy of theatrical stars,
who' have just closed a series of suc
cessful engagements at the local play
house. The Sierra proved a magnet
ror hundreds of spectaVys'who" gather
ed at the Oceanic whaj, ,
The vessel proved a means of trans
portation for' sixty-five; Spanish -Immigrants,
who, , arriving-, here soin
months ago as strangers and prospect
ive settlers, decided to; take ,np Ufa
along the Pacific coasts
; One interesting, paawtngernL the
liner was Miss Ma Bennett,-who was
the Successful Contestant in "a- beauty
contest wage in 3an Frahclsco.'i -
i The Oceanic' ireainer'Sstiled with a
f iir-sixed .cargo Jncludic -150d aac1tft,
sugar, 6800 bunches, bananas" and C000
easel of preserved4 pineapplea.'A small
mailfwas supplied iheaaeV'H
v The American ;bark Nuuanu from
San piego has.aTTite at HIVo, '.This
vt Esfl Is understood fo; have 'covered
the distance ia "iittle'ovet sixteen
-day4 The Nuaaiiuiaafirst"pected
would bring a generar cargy ofcaii-fcrnti-products-
to HonoltHr. antJI.:
changer waft 'raadt4H'heRtfettahwi.
-Thb vfefBef may be given aUiipmet
ofMrd wood railway ties for railwaj
companies on the mainland., tf
Inteiflslantf Sailing Monday. t
' '. The - Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Company announces the sailing of the
stamer Wallelt fox. Kukulhaele,'' Ho
nokaa, and' Paanhau -at noon Monday,
takine sreneral jcafgi aadTtnailai Thia
tesel will afed deliver expiovisea to
t t Mil .
: The steamer Noeau fpr regular potts
of call on' Kanil Is listed for dispatch
at five p'clpcK! Jtpndaj isvenint.taking
fctteral cargo mails but no passengers.
Ati Arrival ron KauaLt?j .; . -; ....
t The'InterJsland" sleamer. Koeau was
an arrival from' Kauai porta this morn
lag, with four deck" passengers, 2100
saets- of augar, J539 iacka: of rice and
a'. Quantity of tmptyrdruma and other
cpntalnera. , The offlcera: in the vessel
report very rough Vweathet on. Kaloa
and: tKIlauea,; though, they " .were, able
to work cargo; at both'; these - porta.
The voyage homeward was .character?
laed by favorable winds; and seas. .
Report Schooner. Annie, Johnson.
f According to a report- received at
Ue .Interisland. Steam. Navigation of:
flee today with the'; arrival 4 of V the
steamer.,,". Iwalani. V IheV". : American
schooner, Annie Johnson sailed, from
Mahukoha ! for the coast an : 30 ai nL
oh Friday. Jan: 10.': ' a f ''
The Iwalanl returned frdmthe.BIg
Island' with a small .geheral carga.
; ? ;.pa't- .
tvatan) to SairToesday.' 1 ' ; 4 '-
A ,Tbe Intertsiahd" steamer Iwalanl Is
on the berth to sail for. Mahukona; and
i'awalhaeat noon Tuesday taking gen
eral cargo and' later mall iestihed for
i
TRANSPORT SERVICE
Logan sailed from 3an Francisco Jan.
Sherman sailed from Manila, to ar.
Honolulu Jan." 14.
Warren," stationed .at the, Philippines.
Thomas, from Honolulu for!. Guam and
' Manila, Deci 14. ' i ' " ' '
DlxJ t from: Honolulu f or- iManila,
sailed Dec. 8. ' ,
Sheridan salted from San Francisco
for Honolulu Jan.j& - -1 '
V' t x
(Continued from Page -1)
he told me that I could make a lot
more money .this way. I didnt know
what to tell him,' so I said that I'd
have to ask my brother, who waa put
ting up some of the money for my
bet .-
"King , then took me over to the
Advertiser office and we talked to one
of the men there about the race, and
I said I wouldn't ride, any less than
ten miles. When I got home I told
my brother what King had said and
he was so mad he wanted to lick me.
He told , me that' wasn't the way to
do things, and that when I rode a
race I must either win or lose fair,
and try all the time. That's what I
thought myself. This morning I saw
Mr. Nigel Jackson who has been help
ing me to get a race, and trying to
get King to meet me He told me
the same thing; that it would never
do to fix anything , with King: So 1
came to tell the paper about it
Smith told a straight story, and
while, according to his account, there
waff no third party present when King
end he talked, his version of the af
fair seems to be given in good faith.
If he was older and more experienced
5n th Mm. hP nrobablv would have
kept quiet about any dishonest prop-
nHtnn mad, to him. even thoueh he
refused to be a party to a frame-up,
FIIIU
DAVS I . rS: TO
eEFfflOED
7
BY ELKS
An entirely new feature for Carni
val week has been sprung by Honolulu
Lodge No. 616. of the Order of Elks.
It is a reproduction Of a California
"Forty-Nine Camp." J. Walter Doyle
la the leading spirit in the matter
and has i plans which mean a show
'that will surprise and. entertain all
wno are.here ;
In the famous mid-winter exposition
given In San Francisco years ago, the
'49 camp was declared by many of the
visitors to be about the best feature
ot thewholo show. It showed with
considerable accuracy, the" conditions
that prevailed in the wild west in the
"days of forty-nine," It gave a picture
of what took place" In the times which
produced the literature of Mark
Twain, Bret Harte, Joaquin Miller,
Stoddard and other authors whose
works have become classics.
There was the fandango, dance
now and then some of the wild shoot
ing cf those days went with the show
and . there was;, the gambling that
went with mining camps "in the days
of forty-nine." The gambling will be I
cur-out here, if the show Is given.
But it wtll be imitated on a most rea
listic a plan, and anyone In the camp
who wants to see how faro was dealt,
roulette was played, and poker in
dulged in, In the "days of old, the days
of gold, the days of forty-nine" will
have a chance to see it In all reality
In,,; mis proposed show. Those in
charge plan , to. have a little ; city of
their own; and-' they 'will let ' visitors
gam we to tneir. heart content on the
reckless acal ;of the-days of the irtld board of health .but the mamia de
and woolly , west, under ' a: scheme clared to have been unable to remedy
fiSL'i no Player P, Poasibly win coaaitlons. aahis Taadlord, remained
aj uuot or iue anyising. , --xiux sine
real' an (f;the visitors ,wifL tear.
WIth:' the- aid of , th4 ' carnival Mm.
mittee'and the 'promotion committee. I
H8.ha'amall city bf their .own. In
that qittfe fclty they willvahow wlat
theilgreaf . California authors of the
past half cerftuTyiJiave written stories
about It will be the "wild and woolly
west" reproduced. , i'u '-"v-A
special meeting of the local lodge
of Elks, hai; been , called .-tor next
Wednesday "evening - to take ;up the
conslderatloa of the'jnatter and ap
point committees to arrange the ne
cessary work. Director. General Chil
lingworth, of the general carnival and
' floral parade, lhaa expressed ; himself
as -enthusiastically in afavor bf, the
lEIkiplan,aa4 a part of the 'general
holiday season. -.-.v
on account of .the supposed harm hat
such disclosures -would bring Uo pro
fessional sport- But .by "telling the
whole story, before any. real harm has
been done, he has done. )s port a good
service, by putting promotersf and pat
rons on their .guard- against the sort
of thing' that has given" many games
and competitions a black eye In pther
communities ahd - that has worked a
real; hardship, tn many honest athletes-
who wish to make a clean living
by their skill and strength. " ?
The professional athlete who makes
a living by honest' and clean sport Is
entitled to every consideration; but the
professional Who tries ' to , "put f one
over on the public should ge; no con
sideration from the community. , He is
not 'oven'' to be trusted by those 'who
share with him in ill-gotten gains; for
he is likely .to "double Cross? them by
selling out to the other side If he sees
a'doliar; Or two $n turning" traitor. The
cldj saw jthat; there Js honor; ambn
thieves"' ia one that Js not substantiated
by fact; " ."- ' "
;"i "Soldier" Klng'.is well known In
Honolulu, and heretofore the breath of
scandal has' not touched him or his
performances. He came here as a
civilian ; employe of the quartermast-;
ef$ 'department, after getting quite a
reputation", In and : around San Fran
cisco , as; a?marathon runner, at. the
thne when Dorando, St Yves and
Johnny ? Hayes J and . Johnny Marsh
Were going; the long-distance on the
coast- King has" run many races here,
ahd holds a -number of island records
on the cinder path. He returned from
'& visit to San Francisco a few months
ago; and since that time has been: un
able to get any running matches, 'and
has tried, to,; land: some cycling e vents,
lie also poses' as "something of a boxer,
and recently got out a challenge to
any aspiring bantamweights.?
"Soldier" King, when found this aft
ernoon at" the quartermaster's corral,
absolutely denied, .the. whole story.
"I guess my word is as good" as h4s
any time," said Klng. ?"! have been in
the racing game long enough to know
that you can't get away with that sort
of stuff. I never made such an offer
and never would. It's a lie from start
to finish."
ITWO RESIDENCE
PLACES SOLO
Through the J. F. Morgan Company's
agency, Miss Roslna Rose, an heir of
the late Mrs. Rumble, has sold to Mrs.
E. S. Johnson for $2750 a house and
lot-on Beretania, near Keeaumoku
street
A house .and lot on School, near Li
liha street, has also been sold through
the same agency to a Chinese woman
for $1200.
SMALL BUSINESS
ON THE EXCHANGE
Only a small amount of business ai-
. . r . . 1 tint nnft
sale was reported from recess, 33
shares of Hawaiian Commercial un
changed at 33.7 On the board still
Ies3 -wa'3 done so far an siiar Is con
cerned. this being represented by
shares cf Oahu. unchanged at 23.
Hilc
Railroad common irade up the rost of
the trading. and 2" shares goinij v;ih-
out change at 7.
Sales for the week ended a! nc.n
today amounted to 138,91 7.62 .
FELL OFF DRAY;
rrn iin n zr ki
Enjoying a ride at the rear end of
a dray that was proceeding up Nuu
anu avenue. John Hudula, slipped and
fell from the moving vehicle, almost
In the pathway of an electric, car.
Hudula sustained bruises about the
body and face, w He was taken to the
hospital for treatment The man had
a narrow escape from going nnder the
wheels of the1 electric car, and It waa
through: the quick action of the1 fend
ef that saved r him from a fart more
serious accident
"The police were called to take care
of a Japanese hackman who ia allege
ed to have collided with an automo
bile. The vehicle sustained some
damage in coming into contact with
the machine which Is declared was
following close upon the hack. The
accident occurred on upper Nuuanu
street The owner of the ante is said
to have effected a satisfactory settle,
ment with the Japanese jehu.
Chief of Detectives Kellett and staff
spent an- active evening in visiting
the established haunts of the crap
shooters. Thirty Chinese were gattH
ered at district court this morning,
there to face a charge of gambling or
being present at a place -where :f. a
gambling game waa-being carried on.
The defendants decided to reserve
a plea, and the cases were therefore
carried over until next Tuesday morn
lag. It is understood that the Chi
nese propose to .fight the case. -The
owners of the tenement house,
now leased by Chung Lfcm, decided
at the last moment- to put the place
in sanitary condition, with the' result
that the case pending against the Chl-i
nese tenant was nolle pressed at dis
trict court this, morning. The lessee
had, been 4 denied v a license by the
obdurate to the plea for relief.
CohJtlnuedftam pag-;l.:
" Except . where it is otherwise p'ro
vWed ty statute or charter: provision,
amunicipaltemploye hired or appoint
ed for too particular period of time may
generally be discharged at. any time,
with or .without cause, by the munici
pality through Its proper . of flcersd
But where one is appointed or
employed for, , a; .defiite term at' a
fixed salary, the obligation of the con
ttact cannot ?be? Impaired by adls
charge without cause before the ex
piratioQ ef such time any more;: than
la this case;of ; private tmptoymentM
i Tt rwiU i.bej eeenl that-h, contract rof
employment; once legally entered into
cannot; be avoided legally, eitherras to
the term of employment, or; as; to the
antocnt ,tf - talaryv i In? regard Ito4, the
employes) of. jthe;-Ctty faadCodaty cf
oholulu, except day laborers, the con
tract as 1 understand ; It, covers an
employment from month to mbnthThe
employes are '- what" ate ' known . ta
"Monthlr; Men," 'and the meref fact
that payment,' for convenience, Isr made
t1ce a month would not affect 'the
natore of the contract v " ' -
. n would advise that no action be
taken by this board1 that win have the
result of plunging the municipality in
ty litigation in a matter - where ' the
law is apparently so clear. - '
The5 Matter -of Gradea." r
!Mr. Milvertoa also handed the board
another Opinion. - This time it was on
ttef matter of grades; It will be re
called that the grade commission es
tablished certain grade regulations and
Issued data; upon which a number of
property ' owners In the city laid Bide
walks and made" other improvements.
When the city and county engineer
set to work: it was found that some of
this: data-was Incorrect and in conse
quenoe the roads and sidewalks failed
td harmonize in several instances. This
raised the question of the responsibiK
Ity . for the additional work necessary
to bring the two to grade? ' Milverton
believes that, in view of the fact that
the property owners acted , in good
faith, on the data supplied by a prop
erly appointed official body, that they
are relieved of alt - responsibility and
that If additional work is to.be done
"the should not be made to pay. f. l
The meeting of the board today was
originally . to -pass the appropriation
bill second reading, and this was done
without hitch. .- ; "v;
hi
As a result , of the 'many picture
plays which have been enacted at
Waikiki beach during the last month
the Hawaii Promotion Committee has
planned something new for the accom
modation of the man with the camera.
According to the present plans, a pho
tographer's tripod will be established
in the reef waters off the Moana Hotel
and the Outrigger Club in order that
visiting moving, picture men and pho
tographers may have a better oppor
tunity to secure pictures of the surf
and canoe riders.
The promotion committee will offi
cially board the world-cruiser Cleve-,
land when she arrives in Honolulu on
January 23. and decorate the passen
gers with leis. A number of Hawaii
an ladies have been selected by Sec
retary Wood to go out in the launch
and Mayor Fern has been asked to
have the Hawaiian band at the Ala
kea wharf on the morning of the
steamer's arrival.
Three boy bandits raided a Chicago
ramblins? club, lined everybody uo
I against the wall, secured $600, and got
away safely
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NOTICE.
The annual meeting of the Hooului
0 & Hoola Lahui will be held at the Ka-
piolanl Maternity Home Wednesday,
January 16thr 1913. at 10 a m.. All
members are requested to attend.
1 EUGENIA K, REIS.
Secretary K. M. H. of A. H. H. L.
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T)nder;!the prbylikmaT of f fJiauf
rent appropriation act' for the TJepart
ment r of i Agdeuiture aathorizisg (hd
inauguration of ezperfments, , in; the
breeding 4 of r horses 4 for milltaVyipur
poses and providing I50.OOO for that
purpose, the secretary of agriculture,
with the. concurrence of the secretary
of war, as appointed the following
gentlemen as advisory agents in the
selection of .stallions and to assist In
the operation i of i the government's
plan: , Henry Fairfax. Of Vlrginlavfor
thoroughbreds ; C U Ralley, of Ken
tucky. ; for : American - saddle horses ;
Walter. Palmer of -Illinois, X for atan-
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'dacl-breda : Maxwell Evarta,- f Veiv'
mont. for.Aiorsaas pyi t ; - f
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cers -of the government to jthe aelee
linn nf toIHnno nt th. Yiw.A tim m -
ivaeuu, liio ..lecnurr ,OI ...Wtr US ;
designated UeuC Col. IX 8. Stanley.
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sent' th earmy, and the secretary of C
agriculture has designated George .
hummel, chief cf the animal husband
ry division of the bureau of animal
lauuairj. v rrpreseas u ueparraent .
of agriculture - ' - -V ' - '-'. ';f-'-Thirteen
stallions hava teen pur ;
chased to date, c
Phata-Eagrailn-f af alxhest grada
can be secured from the hlarCalIetla
Phota-EasraTlas Plant.;
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