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Hawaiian Sfar, Vol. XX, No. 64S8.
Kvening Bulletin, EsU1882. No. 5447.
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D E LEG ATE C
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Kuhio Files Strenu
ous I Kick Against
the? Confirmation
of Governor by the
Senate - Attorney
Kinney Backs up
SBnnceby Sub
emitting Additional
Objections to Sen
ate Committee oh
, Territories
; v Special Star-Bulletin Cable
WASHINGTON, D. . Jan. 18.
Delegate Kuhlo hat, come out into the
i open in a fight to prevent the confirm
ation of Governor. Frear, whose reap
.f ointment, hat been before, the senate
for a rnenth, . 'V'' '
Ft nv. San Francisco where the
delegate - hat been staying : for some
days, he has entered a vigorous pro
tetf against- , Frear.; confirmation
wiring his, protest to the senate com-
"in Jit e e. . a n I territories .The , t'e leg ram
; was received by the committee today.
It Is reported her that Kuhio' action
Was taken 'after a .cohferehes in San
V ..? Francisco with some of : his friends
from . Hawaii. T 'p ; ' r-'. -,
. The delegate telegraph that he ie
sending data by mall iri support of his
protest; --.;' , '.. . -; ' '
Attort fty A. Kinney, who has al
ready made protest against Frear,
has now submitted 'additional ebj
itlonsA Action on Governor Frear s
polntment has been indefinitely
coned by the committee, which isjoo-
ing nothing definite with any
names before it. All of Tarr ap
pointments have been held upeVecauae
of the certain fight against confirma
tion.' C. 8. ALBERT.
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The news above did not cause much
surprise to those who heard it today.
Some time ao The- Star-Bulletin gave
publication to the report that Kuhlo
was considering entering a protest
Kinney' , protest :. had already been
given to tho committee, and an effort
was made here to ' interpret that ac
tlon as kuhlo' s protest . Now Kuhio
has entered , his formal ptotest and
there Is .te by Kinney also for the
committee to consider.
John F. Colburn, treasurer of the
Kapiolani estate and one of the men
who stands closest to Kuhio, has beer
in San Franciseo for some time, and
the -guess was hazarded this morning
that Colourn's advice has been giver
to the delegate to make an open fight
against Frear's confirmation.
The comment was general today
that Kuhlo, In entering his protest
has not stuck to his announcement
made the night before election tha'.
he would abide by Fisher's decision
Secretary Fisher's decision was tc
recommend Governor Frear for reap
pointment, on which recommendation
President Taft based his action ir
Bending Frear's name to the senate.
SUGAR
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Jan. 17.
Beets: 88 analysis, 9s. 4d. Parity. 3.9:
cents.. Previous quotation. 9s. 3d.
The Guardian Trust Company yes
terday filed its 11,000 bond as admin
istrator of the estate of Albert Stein
ke.
According to its president, Willian
ush. there will not be a meeting 0
the Kapahulu Improvement Club to
morrow, as originally planned.
; The criminal court calendar in th
The jury in Judge Cooper's divisio?
of, the. circuit court will not be requir
edk-to report Monday morning. Th
case set for that date is" in process o
settlement
Regal Motor Cars
IN STOCK
2 Two passenger
2 ;Four passenger
1 Five passenger
Call and Inspect.
H. E. HENDRICK, LTD.
Merchant & Alakea. Phone 26 43
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count Ouro. Home Office
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Of AH-
Promotion Wood Gives Pacts
That -ShOW Territory Stands
to Ga;n Quarter.ora Million
UOlIarS During MOntnS Ot
January, February and March
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UUOteS EnOrmOUS rrOlIIS
: That Snuthern' California Is
Making Out of Her Tourist
Traffic
That the tourist traffic to the ten
torv during the current season, froi
January 1, to April 1, will probsly about $20,000 a year. lie declared
be in tne neighborhood of a quter that last year every month with the
of a million dollars net was thetate- exception of November, was a proi'it
ment of Secretary Wood that caused able one, and that he expects this
the promotion committee, which met vear to be even more profitable. Hp
in the rooms of the Merchants As- pointed out that already the results of
sociation yesterday to sit up and take lhe work that 13 being done by Wane
lively notice. Wood's . assertion came G. Smith are being reaped, and that
on top. and as a sort of climax to a thy will increase as the year gro s
series of astounding statements from , older.
Secretary Wiggins, of the Los Ang.-!c-3 ! !lc added that the committee has
chamber of commerce, in which the many DlarM for an enlargement cf the
Southern Californian stated that this Promotion work, but that these ar
section of the Golden State has nette.i being held i:p pending the decision
more than seventy-two million dollarj
since the tourist season opened tilde
and that conservative estimas set
the mark for the remainder of the
season at at least as much mui e,
making f 150,000,000 for the thice
months the season lasts in Los Au
geles. j
Commenting upon Mr. Wiggins' fU 1
ures Mr. Wood said that, counting t'to !
tourists who have come into this ter
ritory since January 1, there are about
!00. The same number is expected
during the coming week, and aKout
100 additional the following week. At
Jurors in the federal district court
were excused this morning until call
ed, and will not be required to report
Monday morr.iug, as instructed upon
the court's adjournment yesterday aft
ernoon. The trimmed hats recently received
by Miss Power and now being shown
at hfr millinery parlors on the second
floor of the Boston building, are un
usually attractive.
Powell Clayton, republican national ;
committeeman from Arkansas. has 1
handed in his resignation. Hi.s is the! The Manuka si.e award of $K:3.fi4''
longest term of continuous service on jnade yesterday was a compiomL-;
record, having been national commit-. A iea6t this is the suspicion jirowin-.;
teeman since 1872. i tcriav. The jurv reached its duesin::
Field Marshal Roberts" l..ush'cr j in .ut fifteen' minutes, asc ertnlilln -
ho is the idol of the liritiKh iopLlto a penny the amount the twelu
is to marry Major Lewis of tho Hoy;.; i
Held Artillery. j (Continued on Page 2)
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baron Kato, Foreign Office
R. Xakashojl, Agricallure and Com.
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bringing to Hawaii nei about sevoii
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by the Southern California experts.
Adding those ho arrived here prior
to January 1, and the amount ine
tourists are spending here reacms
abot $10,000 a day. or about $300.1. .
v. wri i 1 i i
iness and -commercial interests of
.territory will be about 5100.000.
Practically all of this traffic, says
Mr. wood, comes from the publicity
w ort ior ne terntory. wnicn is costing
or ine ti 1 of supervisors and the
legislature
tions for t!i
carding the apv -pria-
'.ork that he committee
is trying to do
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mama award
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Friufe Tarp Katsnni, Premier
Baron Goto, Communications
ASSN. BALLOT
Following the situation described in
yesterday's Star-Bulletin, an interest
ing change took place in the arrange
mcnts for the election of the nine di
rectors of the Honolulu Merchants'
Association to be held next Thursday.
There are two slates now, one nomin
ated by tue committee and the other
by members, and in consequence
some lively interest i3 being taken in
the election.
The second slate is not exactly an
opposition one to the first, but was
in a way forced on the committee.
Certain members on the first one did
not wish to serve and the committee
adopted a suggestion to present some
alternative candidates. Two members
that were consulted proposed certain
name3, in one case five and in the
other'four, which made enough for a
whole ticket.
Ncveitheless the rivalry will not
be one between tickets out have rela
tion rather to individuals, for it is
conceded with practical unanimity
that Charles Hon is to have the presi
dency of the association. Following
I are the slates as they stand:
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MUST CLEAN
"If the County of Honolulu does not
see lit to install a bubbling water fount
i; the Manua sciou; w.unn a- ver
t-hort lensth ot time. I shall order the
I building to lie closed." said Dr. .1. S
! V.. Pratt, president of the board o;
j beulth. this morning.
This statement was made a.5 the j
suit of an investigation of trie uate:
supply of the Manoa school by a mem- j
ber of the board of healtn. and Dr. j
P'att says that he will take acti.m at i
oil'. e if the present conditions at fti j
; ch.ool are nut remedied. A single pipe !
now supplies the s'Jioj! with w .ter.
the tap heiiii; located in the yard near !
the road and one tin c;;p iei:ig uai!-
able lor the fifty-one pupils. I'm"! '
ra rivalry mm-mm? s
iM,rni:nnuAMTC. :
(Continued on Page 7)
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Reljlro Wakatsokl, Finance '&iXtof'Qa. "Baron " KIgoskV War
T. Slatsnmnrp, Jnstlte; . , . 31, Shlbata, Education . -v
rci uauuscL mum
nnrtnr5 Sav That Murderer of'
Wife and WOUld-Oe SU CIde
le RoTtor Thic Mnrninn flnH
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Likely tO LlVe tO Pay Penalty
of His Crime at theHands of,
ine Law Llllie OCnQUlIIUUSC.
to Be Closed Inquest Mon
day
Death seems determined not to
cheat justice, and Manuel Mascoto
Fernandez, who yesterday shot down
and killed his young wife and then
turned the gun on himself, stands a
more than fair chance of paying the
penalty of his crime at the hands of
the law.
The doctors who spent yesterday
and last night guarding the bedside
of the wounded man said this morn
ing that tnelr patient nas improved
wonderfully and now may be said to
be in a fair way to recovery from theiW"'" an tmTicimies Between woren
effects of the gun shot wound that J employers shall be taken for set
tore away the entire lower part of j tlement.
his face. As reported this morning, I
Fernandez is still unable to talk and ! SPECULATING CHURCH
no statement as to nis motive ior ine
deed has been made. The doctors
predict a complete recovery, and their
only fear now is that complications
UP OR SHOT UP
SURE OF TARIFF
IS
QUARLES
CHANGE
On my trip east," said Judge I
P. Quarles this morning, VI heard on
the trains and in hotel lobbies con
siderable discussion on the probable
effect of the change of administra
tion. I talked with a good many peo-
(Continued on Pcge 8)
IMPEACHMENT
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A laUr report-from, the hospital is
to have sat up and talked with the
nurses and doctors shortly before.
noon. The man, while deprived of
his lower jaw, which waa carried
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speak quite plainly. The wounded
(Continued from Page 2)
GARMENT-WORKERS
WIN INCREASE IN
.PAY ENVELOPES
NEW YORK, Jan. 18. The striking
! shirtwaist makers have won their
fight all along the line. From now or
have shorter hours, and the terms un
der which the strike that called oui
more than a quarter of a million oper.
atives, has been added, provide for a
permanent board of arbitration, before
TREASURER IS DEAD
NEW YORK, N. Y., Jan. 18 Steph
en Van Cullen White, nicknamed "Dea
con" White, treasurer of Henry Ward
Beecher's church for years and later
known to be a famous speculator and
stock gambler, died here today.
ATTACK ON'CABINET
STIRRING ALL JAPAN
TOKIO, Japan, Jan. 18. The attack
on Prince Katsura and his cabinet
. made by the editors and journalists
has stirred all Japan. Preparations
for presenting the impeachment arti-
cles are going forward rapidly, it was
said today.
POINCARPS VICTORY MOST
NOTABLE IN FRANCE
PARIS, Jan. 18. All the French
papers are today commenting upon
the tremendously large vote the new
president, Raymond Poincare, receiv
ed at the hands of the national as
sembly yesterday. It is said to be
the most notable personal triumph in
the history of the French Republic.
.Snow is on all the hills surroundm
' i'iin Francisco lor the first time iu sev
i tial years.
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Engineer In Charge
Of Work X)n the
Big Ditch Says
phatl 25,000 Is
'iThe Lovvest Num
.beri of ; Men i U12
United States
- Should Station In
The Panama Zon 2
To Care For Th
, Canat Y&i 1 -,
rAmodat is Cahl
WASHINGTON, Jan. 18-Col. C:
thala, head of the work that Is eel-
done on the Panama Canal today t:: J
Congress that f at ' least 1 twenty-f 5
thousand men are needed as a z'r'
on for th Panama Canal x:rs i
the big ditch have been ct;'-1
reajy fcr serylcs.. TM cc.!: -i ,
ed out the need of policing the 2;.-a
even fn peace times, and the necjs;
of providing men' enough "to man .
bla'cun at either, end cf the c? - !
posed . unless - adequate arran;tm:-:j
ar fhade to protect It
NEW YORK,, N.'.Y Jarw 17-MI
Helen Could, multl-m'Jtfonalrais ar.i
prospective bride of Finlay J. Shep
ard, tha wealthy 8t. Louis railroad mart,
hat established what- ts said to bi a
new record for trosseau bvylng amor 3
the fashionable fich.f 8h Is limiting
her. expenditures for her trousseau to
a thousand dollars, thereby disappoint
:ng a host of milliners and dressmak
ers who have been following-her for
weeks.; The marriage is to take place
at Tarrytown, N..Y. on Wednesday. ;
LONDON, Jar.. 18. Nailm Pasha
ambassador to Germany from Constan
tinople, today issued a statement In
which he denounced tha . Great Pow
ers for having "favored the allies to
the exclusion of justice.? ' Ha add
that the sympathy which the . Powers
have shown the allies hat done more
than anything else to keep the war
with Turkey alive. . ..-v; j v-f '-
Private advices from Constantinople
indicate that the Porte has decided to
refuse assent to the demand of the
powers and that he will, insist upon
the retention of Adrianopte?!
NOTED MINING MAN DIES '
IN CALIFORNIA SNOWS
SAN FRANCISCO, CaU Jan. 18-
Edward Treadwell, son of James
Treadwell, discoverer of the famous
Treadwell mines, Douglas island, Alas
ka, and himself a noted mining man, ;
was killed last night in a great snow-
slide at Trinity Bononza mine, of
which he was superintendent, in Shas
ta county, California. No such snow
as now covers the mountains In that
county has ever before been seen. .
CASTRO CANNOT GET
FREEDOM ON BAIL
NEW YORK, K. Y., Jan. 18 Fed--eral
Judge Holt added another shock
to the series received by ex-President
Cipriano Castro, of Venezuela, when.
ie today refused to admit Castro to :
bail, pending the decision of court and
mmigratxn authorities as to the Ven
ezuelan's right to enter the United
States. Secretary Nagel' now has tho
-natter under advisement and his opin- -ion
is expected to be final. Castro
offered bail for $37,000, which was r-v
fused by the court. Castro protests
bitterly against his detention.
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