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117 BEGINS IN
LATEST 'EWS BULLETIN". I Following tbe funeral services hcM t
' " . I New York, the body of Whitelaw !
The Luckenbach Steamship Com- Keid. our late ambassador to Ureal ; inetv i er rpnt of thr ,Hv:
pany of Now York is to begin at once Britain, was laid in a vault at Tarrv- ' I I ?. 16 CCnt',0f h 'Il.rtvas 01
operating a line of freight and paseen- town. tLe Larhne etterda mornins were
K:r stf amers between the Atlantic and Doth the Turks and the Allies cav- tourists who expect to remain in Ho
Pacific, in competition with the Pa-, ing refueed to recede from their rosi- colulu for the Horal Parade and Car-
; runs taken at tne Peace conference it
The rush in the canal work has is thought that peace negotiations will
amazed President Taft. He learned at once be broken off and the war re
that vessels can be. sent through the commenced
locks in less than nine months from: An the cities of Germany have com
noTr, if necessary. , hlr. sn.ooo riJvpt- t
uion the 23th anniversary of Kaiser
The Democratic minority in the
California legislature overturned, by wilhelnTs reign.
ii iv. iuep.au, vi lue rro- R ,g reported tnat the C2ar is to
gressives. and made a man speaker abolish the Siberian eyitem of punish-
wasn't a Democrat. C. C. Young of
Berkeley was elected.
Tlin. TIT Tj-nnV kna
stock market to back a new Invention ,L1? IX- J'
QDu; rT1m iur, has definitely set next Septemrp
voke the recall against Police Judge, S4tcs . . . ,tu ,
Weller, who reduced the bail of a A commvOI pa nlcwith many fail
man who assaulted a girl. The man eia in Kleff following
fled. leaving a wife aid family desU- fe Czar's ukMe expelling: e rcmain
tute I ing Jews. The latter are beginning to
Two thousand men workinr on collect 12.50J.COO due them from Rus-
power plant in the mountains of Call- 8ian merchants.
fornia have struck because dissatisfied
nival," said H. P. Wood, secretary ot
the promotion committee today.
The tourist season has commenced
with a rush, and promises to be a big
ger one than ever before. Since Jan
uary 1 over three hundred and sev
city-five tourists have arrived from
tne coast and the colonies, all of whom
intend taking in the festivities next
rient and tint the worse fate of im-. "
rv'onmT, in r. n.mnonn fntrroe. i ihe Island longer. Canada is also con-
h nhtitiit i tiibuting her share, as each Canadian
with living conditions.
It is expected tkat within tea days
the total . tiotey necessary to release!
liher brings to Honolulu a good-sized
lift of stop-overs. According to ths
as the time of his visit to the United , i'"--uon
arrivals on we aiuenn wut buij iu nu
rolulu for the Carnival. Already the
different hotels in the city have re
ceived cablegrams with reference to
securing accommodations for the win
ter from people all over the spates.
The weekly meeting of the promo
tion committee will be held Friday
Mternoon at three o'clock in .the rooms
of the merchants' association, and it
has been requested that all members
NEWS OF JANUARY 6
Taft's contention that the Panama
M . x t.- ...i , r a nMoanr o a flAvarai . nil win Tin L iiiaL"
the convicted union labor leaders on !011 15" , ? .w .7 ,f Zic . innTn
fiuQuiu ce aruiirLeu 10 uut uavatm , w ' rw
hail ritl a ralcnH
The wife of Lincoln Bekchey, the py 3e representatives of either party
nvintnr his cenir4 a In Washington.
f Jimonv " I Dr. Lotrirt fewifL America's great
Over 1,000 Princeton students will
just died at
act as a personal guard to Woodrow
Wilson at the time of his inauguration.
est ' astronomer, has
Binghampton, N. W. '
Washingtoa American representa
tive of great mining companies in
Mexico have telegraphed to rush
NEWft OP. January s ' American women ana cnuaren oui oi
,-The Queen Mother Alexandra of Mexico at once.
England Is said to be tired of her Carnegie Museum porkers have dis-
secluaion so will attend - the opera covered in Utah the remnants of a
and take a (yachting trip the coming saur "id be fT1
season. s . prehistoric freak yeat unearthed.
pAfnr nres.Bt rri Maronlsde Vega Inclan, personal
nSlT'-idTTS Alphonso of Spain,
A'lf Ail be the leading can- haVarrlTed in San Francisco to select
world's fair for his
soon to take place. Rlbot Is his prin-
ftM1K. . , o I The Pacific Coast is experiencing
Biir Bradbury, an eccentric Sanone of the worst Cold speUs it has
Francisco millionaire, who served a Iel. to years Killing froste.are pre
year In San Quentln for perjury some dieted throughout the citrus belt
time ago, has Just died. He was . Oliver P. Wiggins, a trapper with
known. to. fame a "Spittin' BiU" be- Kit Carson and a reteran. ; scout of
cause he fought, the San FrancUco early days is during In Denver.
anti-spittlBg ordinance for, years. , Woodrow Wflson declares positively
KOn,Jan.J26 oVer six thousand mln- that he has not as yet settled upon
Istera in the United States, will de 8ingle person for his caluiieL
liver sermons on child labor, and em- x 'A terrific 'storm off the Southern
phaaize the importance' of - passing a California coast wrecked two sloops,
federal) children's bureau bilL ; the -United States - Immigration In-
fMrs. Glover Cleveland and . her af specter's cruising launch and drowned
fianced husband. Professor Preatonof Blxi-people, two; of -whont 'Were 1mmlr
Princeton -tvllif he J5iests?pf Jlonor.atTOUonlnsnectbja-i.vv ,; fc;V ;
a dinner to be given by President Taft A fire In a large apartment house
and-his wife at the White House. ; . in Berkeley drove 26 families into the
I 'The Archduchess Eleonore, J eldest streets - and caused a propertjr loss of
daughter of the Archduke Karl Ste- 1100,000.' 1
phen of:- Austria, has renounced herl The hext suffrage fight is to be
royal title to" marry, a Lieutenant imaged in Nevada and Dr. Anna Shaw
Kloss of the navy. and Jane Addams are to stump-the
; People in Texas who have been 8tate in the near iure.
complaining of the high price of beef TQe Pacific Mail steamer Newport
are beginning to eat goat meat, which wnicn wa wcenUj raised at-Panama
is verr saUsfactory and much cheaper. aBd brought to San Francisco for re-
i The women of a small town in cen- PIr8 crashed into the freighter Louis
tral New York state have formed a Luchenbach and' was badly damaged,
fire company, to fight residence fires ' . Moving picture shows in San Fran
whil the won,pn' hn.han- ... Cisco has, raised the price of ad mis-
siuu iivui a.w ww bu vi.ui.wi
It is believed that the weakening
Turks may surrender and under pres
sure from the Powers it is believed
that, the Sultan will give up Adrian
ojle in the enu.
HSLiSSW!? of Japan, after his- enagged jraf 0ver 91.000.000 to
The political situation In Portugal1
Is daily becoming more threatening.
A secret society opposed to the gov
ernment already: has 30,000 members.
The report Is published in Toklo
In his report for December, Dr. L.
N. Case, assistant territorial veterin
arian, tells of fifty-five animals in
Mrs. Isenbergs dairy herd at Waia-
lae having been subjected to the in-
tradermal tuberculin test, with the
result that only one was condemned
out of the whole lot Dr. Case, cor
rects a statement in his previous
monthly report that the cow con
demned in the dairy of'H. B. Brown
came from the Swanzy ranch al Kua
loa. The animal was bought from a
Chinaman who keeps a small herd at
Kalae. ' '" - '
The list of importations for the
month shows S3 horses, 53 mules, 6
doga and 70 cases of poultry, besides
a crate each of guinea pigs and hares
Sor the U..S. experiment station.
FORESTRY WORK' -ON
. According to the report of David
Haughs. forest nurseryma. for De
cember, there were $353 plants dis-J
tributed from . the government nurs
ery during the month' Of . this nhm
ber -7&90 were gratis. . Besides these
to the general public, the nursery has
distributed 16,350. plants to plantation
and other corporations. : Brother Mat
thias. Newell distributed; from the
Hilo nursery, 1500 plants since Arbor
Day, and for the year 1912 he distrib
uted 12,430 trees, the largest number
for any year since the nursery was
Thirty-five mail bags containing
about 10,000 packages of vegetable
seed have Jteen received from Wash
ington. About one-half, or 5000 pack,
ages, contains corn, cucumber, let
tuce, onion and . radish. The - other
5000 packages contain lettuce, musk
melon, onion, radish and tomato.
EIGHTEEN "RETIRE FOR
AGE: NEXT-YEAR IN ARMY
WiU Ga To
We have been advisedtt)f t an in
... crease in the price of
a i lanive at d;of Juar :
We will add 25c a pair to boys'sizei
Buy now while you' ean get a pair
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Fresh NeW Ziealand Butter
Metropolitan leat Market
HEILBRON A LOUIS, Props. TELEPHONE UCS
There will be eighteen retirements
for age in the army during 1913,
William Rockefeller, who is wanted' against fifteen retirements in 1912, as
coroaaUon, la to maketrip to Eu- put6u6p t0 release th, tWrtywo
?J F9? "J1 , nnton.- labor leaders Jailed 'at India
j The :Sw fines - levied anhut -lh H., u.!.,...!...
v. , . " . ------ -o utpuus lasi ,. wee.
noise, Idaho editors for contempt of Tra
court in criticizing a state supreme to appear before the' money iaveeti- follows: January 31, Col William II
court decision, are to be paid by nti -rrnnmittM t Wnshrnston W Miller, Quartermaster's Corps; Febru
penny contributions by progressives ried to Key West in a special train 'ary 12, Col. George R. Cecil, infantry;
au over me unuea states. and set sail in a- private yacht for
-James Whittaker, eleven years old, Honduras, leaving his pnysfcHus to
is serving, a term of from ten to fifty declare that be was a very sick man.
years in a Idaho penitentiary for the
murder of his mother. 1 WESTERN SEWS.
A Washington, D. C, police court
Judge defined a drunkard as a man! William Henry Magee has been
who finds It necessary to take a drink made general' passenger agent- for
before breakfast i the Tovo Kisen Kaisha to succeed
February 13. Bri. Gem James Allen;
Signal Corps; March 16 Lieut. CoL
Frank Greene, Signal Corps; April 15,
Col. Louis Al La Garde. Medical Corps ;
I-ril 26, Brig. Gen. Walter S. bchuy
ler, U. 3. A.; April 29, Col. Arthur Wil
liams, llth infantry: May' 15, Brig.
Gen. Frederick A. Smith. U. S. A.;
June 26, Col. Calvin D. Cowles. 5th In-
The police raided eamblinz iointa the late Alfred Rennie. He was as-: fantry;-August 20, bng. Gen. lagar a.
In San Francisco and arrested over sistant to the latter for sometime be-;3tever, U. S. A.; September 4. Col. Cor
200 men. j fore-his death. nelius Gardener, 16th infantry; Octo-
A message from John Jacob Astor Manv owners -of mineral claims in ber 5. Col. Alexis R. Paxton, infantry;
who lost his life in the Titanic disas the California deserts have left Los October 9. Brig. Gen. Ralph W. Hoyt;
ter, was picked up near the Canary Angeles to protect tneir property over t uciooer n. ooi. wimam i. sen.
Islands. It was errtd on ntAo. f New Year'jB, the recognized time when! Corps of Engineers; October 29, Col.
. 11 carrea on a piece or , . ' ;i,r.i t I i, n.. narimmi'
a deck chair. The message read:
Territory of Hawaii )
City and County of Honolulu )ss
I, J. B. Gibson, Manager of The Western and Hawaiian Investment Com
pany, Limited, do solemnly swear that the foregoing Statement is true to
the best of my knowledge and belief.
J. B. GIBSOX,
'Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13th day of January, 1913.
HENRY C. HAPAI,
Notary Public, 1st, Judicial Circuit T. H.
WHOLESOME AND NUTRITIOUS I V M J I; I . Jf
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STAR-BULLETIN 1. 75 FEB MONTH
"Love to all. Will meet you in Heav
en. Finder will receive $1000 for de
livering this message. John Jacob
Captain Johansen, a companion of
Amundsen, tho explorer, committed
suicide. He is said to have brooded
over the fact that .Amundsen left him
behind when he made his last dav's
march and reached the South Pole.
The most magnificent private resi
dence ha New York is being erected br
Henry Frick, a Pittsburg millionaire.
The house wilt cost $2,090,000.
The Hamburg-American liner Ameri
ca with 500 passengers rah aground
on Staten Island.
Mrs. Helen Becgen Hopper, the
fcurth wife of De Wolf Hopper, the
comic opera singer, has filed suit for
divorce. She was the co-respondent
when his third wife filed suit for di
vorce. IJLncoln Beachy. America's greatest
at-roplanist, Js- being sued for divor?e.
(Tertians he was too much of a "nigh
flyer" to please his wife!)
A terrific windstorm is sweeping the
Pst-lfic coast, delaying shippine every
wlir and doinpt untold damage:
...Sixteen men were drowned when tne
Rritish steamer Indrikula rammed the
steamer Luckenbach in Chesapeake
President Taft. declares himaelf in
f, or of arbitrating the Panama canal
tolls if the negotiations between Greal
I ritain and the United States fail to
tring about a settlement.
claim jumpers are particularly active
Murphy Grant & Co., a wholesale
drygoods firm founded in San Fran
cisco by Eugene Kelly, Jos. A. Dono
hoe, Daniel T. Murphy, and Adam
Grant all California pioneers, in 1850,
has sold out to Moore-Watson, anoth
er wholesale drygoods firm, for $1,
500,000. The four-masted British steel bark-
entine Tornsciaie, rrom uiaegoM u Neyer besltato aoout glvin? Cham
Portland. Oregon, strucK xne rocKs on rv, n.mw t fhiMrrvn
Aberdeen, Washington, and is a totally contains no onium or other narCot-
icss. one was sailing m uu
Frank Baker, ordnance department;
November 13, Col. Alexander O. Bro
die, adjutant general's department;
November 15, Chaplain Samuel H.
Bell, 1st Field Artillery: December 27,
Brig. (Jen. William H.- Bixby, Corps of
Witnesses In a Denver trial testi
fied that the I. W. W. propaganda
included the killing of Governor Shaf
roth of Colorado, the killing of po
licemen and the dynamiting of the
Denver municipal courts.
Bids have been opened for the $550,
000 Machinery Hall which is to be
among the first of the world's fair
buildings to be erected at San Fran
cisco. Luella Roberts, a seventeen year
old schoolgirl of Cloverdale. Cal.. was
it is thcught fatally shot by Frank
Carlisle, a railroad station agent,
whose devoted attentions the girl re
jected. Do not trust vcurfHf to draw a will;
the Hawaiian Trust Co.. Ltd., Fort
street, will do it for you.
The department of commerce and
labor has offered to make a wonder-
fu. '.?:-:liibit at th Fair, depicting the
worli' progress in the entire field of
The daughter of James .1. Hill, the
railroad man. is to be married to Dr.
Agil Boeckmann of St, Paul. i
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