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From 8. F.t
Manch'.-Hon , Jan. 29
For K. ; .i
Sonoma. Jan. 26.
From a mooter:
Marama, Jan. 29.
For Ya aeons ers
Makora, Jan. 28.
Kvoning Bulletin. Est. 1882. No. Str.l.
Hawaiian Star. Vol. XX. No. 6492.
12 PAGES-HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF IJAWAII, THURSDAY, JAN. 23, 1913.--12 PAGES.
PRICE FIVE CEXT&
c?i4yvv vTf Tf: v 2:30
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; The Superintendent of Public
Works Resigns from Ter- .
: v WAlAHOLE WATER CO. ':
; holos out fat salary
, Great Scheme for Irrigating
r : Oahu "Plantation Takes
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jU Hubert JC Bishop, the territory's
;riewsuperlnttndentof public works,
who was appointed to that position bj
; the governor November J,. 1912,' has
ae rred notice, that he will resign ; the
office February 1 5.' He hat accepted
the offer of this, recently-formed Waia-
' hole Water Coihpany to take charge
of tfcaT firm's stupendous task of bor
ing the three-mile tunnel through the
Koclatt' raBge. ' -and ' will assume , his
new duties immediately after his. res -
" ignatlon, . -.-v.. 'l.'C"r U'.-i-H
This announcement . . was made .; at
soon today following a conference-at
the (gorernor's fi office ; between the
chief .'executive. Superintendent Bish
op aud r representative of the com
pany. ' Though .itScomes as a great
r II;; K. BISHOP
: surprise to the general public,' It ' is
-understood 'this mpVe has been;con
v' templated by Bishop for several weeks
Y; or in fact since the Recent sale of the
"Waiahole water right license to - the
newly-formed t" incorporation. The
company is bvtlldlng L4 tunnef'to.ir"
4 1 rlgate the'1 Oahu plantatiof fleldai'
The' governor' and the superintend-
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men and religion
' , ' -- TODAY. " ...
" Fred B. Smith, Raymond Robins and
quartet arrived on China early this
afternoon. 4 '
Luncheon at University Club.
6:30 -o'clock tonight Banquet at
Commercial Club launching campaign.
9:30 a. m. Address at Oahu Col
lege, Mr. Smith. Address at McKlnley
High school,- Mr..; Robins.
10 a. m. Meeting of ministers and
missionaries, Cooke hall, Y. M. C. A.
11:80 a. m. Address at O. R. & L.
shops.. Mr. Robins ..
12 m Meeting Cooke hall, Y. M. C.
A. Mr.v Smith and quartet.
-12:45 p. m. Meeting with board of
directors, Y. M. Ct A., Mr. Smith.
4:30 p. m,--Soclal service Institute
In makai pavilion, Young Hotel. Mr.
Robins. Religious work institute in
Odd Fellows hall. Mr. Smith.
8 p. m. Social service address at
opera house, Mr. Robins. Meeting
Nuuanu street Japanese church, Mr.
Redal Motor Cars
2 Two passenger
2 Four passenger
1 Five passenger
Call and Inspect
H. E,,HENDRICK, LTD.
Merchant &' Alakea, Phone 2648
CLEVELAND, DELAYED, WILL REACH PORT AFTER DARK
; feM .fesM ' I2;art masassiffis .
;r.U?UM3aCr;ii lu.!, Al'-' v'-' ,
; ; XMflcers ef the Oevelandi reading from left t "rtghMf. MalUck, 2nd officer; E. Schlerlltx, 2nd officer jFr. Krusc, 1st olfleerCajt. Th.K!crcomWandiag Ch. Stelr, chief .engineer y
lUCIIU officer rPrcacrtt'-P" ye.;:y
'paper sent a wireless message to X.' Vogelsang, manager of the.Hamburfl Amefican'a vvorld-crulses, and CapL Kler, commanding, Conveyinfl the .good-wlshe of the people of " Honolulu H;
and the hope that the vessel would arrive early today and get a daylight welcome to the ciiy. In response to this message, Mr. Vogelsang wirelessed back the following: V. ;
x , v . .. . - .. . v-On Board 8. S. Cleveland, Jan. 22, 7:40 p. m.
, 'J To , the Honolulu Star-Bulletin: -. f' v,- ; ; '." ; . - ,: ' ... ' , ' ' . , . .
;;JivWethankriUlyMknowledBa'.'you'r Mnd . fl-reetlne and -hereby . send our appreciation. The trip across the Pacific from Yokohama has been very enjoyable despite tha very high -'
winds and rough seas, which have unfortunately delayed our arrival li your. city. The passengers have been In excellent spirits and good health ' and have taken enthusiastic partlclpa-:
i tlon In the various dally entertainments. v t-ast Monday was "Antipodes Day," when the Cleveland Irossed the 180th meridian, and waa celebrated by elaborate deck games. Deep-sea :
gymkhana events were Indulged in and the halrresslng contest. In .which a number of men took part, with ladles to furnish the necessary, elements for the j competition, was. exciting. ;y
The prizes and retulte were announced In a sporting extra of the paper published on board and Immediately afterwards sold by ambitious v newsboys. -, ? -
ri - Major Jones, who has taken a prominent part as chairman of various committees, arranged and pulled off this celebration. In fine style, v : ? - . r - :- .v' "
W-T ' That same evening a big masked ball was held In the main saloon and on deck, with a cabaret show as a feature attraction. The costumes were very attractive and unique. A card ;
.tournament was also- held. . - . - " " ' -: , M . ,'V"''".
As this was the last night out before touching American Soli again after the cruise around the world, It was the signal for a number of Wareweir dinner parties. Concerts wera ;
.held In the outdoor grill-room and a costume tea,, and an a,rt exhibition by Artist Drake have added to the enjoyment of th. passengers.'" C ; " ;
Under the Influence of smooth aeas,. the" balmy wlnda of the sub-tropics, an enchanting full moon and the near approach to the day of parting, various engagements are thriving I
v now aboard the Cleveland Cupid Is busier than everas the ship neare Hawaii and the big liner In spots resembles lover's lane. , . ;
- The passengers number 386, of whom -109' are Europeans, mostly Germans. V ; ; ff
; t - Nine have made up Ihelr minds to stay inHonolulu for awhile. J' :; . - ' ; ' - "; ... , . ' J ;"
On the last night. out, before he" vessel eaches San Francisco, there will be a grand celebration at the expense of the Bachelors' tug-of war team, which lost the , big special .
match pull tonight against the' Benedicts. : v . ' .
Again the officers and passengers on the Cleveland extend our greetings to the Star-Bulletin and Honolulu. - -
; .. - . . . v. .; " C. VOGELSANG......'
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Number Arrested on Warants'
Face Trial Here
On information believed to have
been unearthed by the last federal
grand Jury, about six weeks ago, sev
eral Japanese . men were arrested by
the federal Immigration Inspectors In
Honolulu this morning on charges of
engaging in the white Blave traffic .
They ; will be tried here and If found
guilty will be deported as undesirable
The men arrested are:
lida. Ogata. Tagawa, Yoneshige. Ao
kl, Hokamura and Kuramoto.
This. It Is understood. Is the out
come of the federal grand jury's in-j
vestigation of IwlleL It will be re
membered that the jury's report to
the court, made public at the time.'
made no reference to that portion of
the investigation, and that apparently,
the subject had been dropptd by the
Inquisitors, though it evidently had
delved deep into conditions in the vice
district, as shown by the array of wit
nesses from Iwilei who were sum-
DANCE AT THE
The popular Waikiki Inn will give
a dance this evening in honor of pas
sengers on the Cleveland, tourists and
townsfolk generally. Kaai's Quintet
club will furnish music for this occa-
sion. The public is invited to attend
1 this beautiful moonlight dance. advertisement
4r.' trff leera and crew aboard the
moned before the jury from time to
As the Star-Bulletin indicated some
weeks ago, another report , was made
to the immigration inspectors, who
in turn submitted the evidence to the
department of commerce and labor at
the national capital. The Issuance of
the warrants cf arrest by that depart
ment . and the apprehensions' this
morning were the direct result.
Under th amended Immigration act
of 1900. a? ns accused of dealing in
vice in the 1 nited States may be dealt
with severely. Their length of resi
dence in this country no longer has
any bearing on the case, though for
merly the law contained a provision
which preven ei deportation of aliens
who had livd here for a period of
If the naines of the steamship com
panies on "vhese vessels these men
came to Hawaii can be ascertained,
they will be cor-pelled to carry the un
desirable citizens back free or charge,
it is stated. The accused foreigners
may be given trial at any time, at the
discretion cf the immigration, official
in charge, who in this case is Richard
L. Halsey. If the case is not disposed
of immediately the prisoners may be
released under a bend of not less than
$500, giving security approved by the
secretary of commerce and labor, pend
ing the final hearing.
Another rigoro,us provision is that
the defendants may have legal coun
sel at some time during their bearing,
but not until the impector in charge
gives his permission. Even then legal
counsel may have only such evidence
as is given-after he has taken hold of
Furs of all kinds are combined this
season and the effect is surprisingly
bla liner Cleveland Were extended and
CLEVELAND IS NOW
EXPECTED TO ARRIVE
AFTER DARK TONIGHT
The Hamburg-American liner Cleve
land,' finishing her third round- the
world cruise from New York to San
Francisco, will arrive In this port
some time this afternoon, probably
between five and six o'clock, accord
ing to latest advices.
Wireless messages sent last night
from the vessel to the agents of the
Hamburg-American line here, Hackfeld
& Co., are to the effect that the vessel
will be off port between five and six
c'clock. It is possible she will make
up an hour or two and reach here be-!
fore darkness falls, but hardly likely.
The agents now expect that the ves
sel will be berthed at Alakea wharf
some time around 6:30 o'clock.
No further important change In
local arrangements for the entertain
ment of passengers has been made
since yesterday. The Clevelanders
will have one full day in this port and
the big vessel will sail at daylight
Saturday morning, Bound for aan
For, list of nasseajrers on Cleveland
see Page 13 this issue.
MEN AND RELIGION CAMPAIGNERS
Honolulu Picked for Greatest
Success of Tremendous
ffz-v T-n oil in1iritfrrc tho nmnoiffii
in Honolulu is going to be the most i
successful of its kind ever held under
the auspices of the Men and Religion
Forward Movement," said Fred B.
Smith, National leader of the Men and
Kf-'.ierion Forward Movement who ar
rived in Honolulu on the China at
half-past one o'clock this afternoon
in company with Raymond Robins an
the members of the International As'
sociation Quartet for the purpose of
the week's campaign which is to be4
held in this city beginning tomorrow.
"From the reports which I have receiv
received last nloht by the 18ta8ulIetin.i Early In .'1 the evenlna thle
mm tion of
Report That Captains Will In
sist Upon His Dismissal" and
That of Sheedy Inter-Island
The resignation of President and
General Manager James A. Kennedy
of the Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Company, was authoritatively report
ed this morning to be asked by Hono
lulu members of Honolulu Harbor No.
54, American Association of Masters
This is the latest development in
the Inter-Island situation, precipitated
by the report late yesterday after
noon that the xnier-Island Company
Is bringing down a number of rteam- j
boat men from the mainland, all witn
mate's certificates. That report, de
clared entirely confirmed by the ar
rival of several steamboat men on the
ed the set-up of the Honolulu cam
paign is perfect, and its success in this
citj Is assured."
The visitors, who are on their way
around the world to conduct cam
paigns in the leading cities included
in their wide itinerary, were met by
F. C. Atherton, executive chairman of
the local campaign, and Paul Super,
executive secretary, who went out. to
the beat on the launch this morning.
A short conference was heldon board
the vessel before it docked and the
program for the week was explained
to the two leaders. As soon as the
vessel reached the wharf, the visitors
were taken to the University Club
where they were the guests of the
members of the executive committee
of. the local campaign at luncheon.
Here a conference is now in order and
Wilhelmlna last' Tuesday, has stirred
the local masters, mates and pilots
up In no uncertain fashion.
The situation today is a result of
the strike of several months ago,,
when the masters and' mates won.
Now the Inter-Island Company Is de
clared to be bringing men here un
der contract to break a possible future
strike. , :
Kennedy Declines to Talk.
J. M. Kennedy, general manager of
the Inter-Island Company', did not give
the impression of a man walking on
the edge of an industrial volcano,
when seen at nis offlce by a Star-Bulletin
representative this afternoon.
The general manager't- smile was ex
pansive, and he was most courteously
"I have nothing whatever to say for
publication at this time, said Mr.
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HERE FOR WORK
all the plans which have been made
by the local workers will be referred
to Messrs. Smith and Bobins ffr their
approval. There will be nothing fur
ther done this afternoon, but at nine
o'clock tomorrow morning the cam
paign will be begun in earnest.
Following the close of the great Men
and Religion Forward Movement cam
paign on the mainland last April, it
Was decided, after much debatine and
investigation, to send Fred li. Smith.!
of New York, and Raymond Robins, 01
Chicago, in company with the inter !
1 . . r
national association quartet, on a tour)
j around the world. Harry N. Holmes
j who was in Honolulu two morns ao.
i was selected to go in alvanee of the
I party and select those cities in t he
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-Ml JJ-. ,
. (Associated Press Cab?a)
: WASHINGTONJan. fcPottmajtt
General Hitchcock 'today -1 snhour.c;
the discovery of a gigantio. fraud c
the postofflce. ' by means of whl:
Uncle Sam has been' robbed of mcr
than two million dollars' worth c '
rtanipa. - " ':; -' - ;' ' '. " . "
-The postal Inspectors and the se:r
service men of the government r ;
been at work on the case for me-:
but the evidence his but Just corns
nand.','-. ' ;' .'. . -:j 'J ''l'. ' V-. ' '
' According to ths statement jut '
sued by the postmaster the Indies'.: .
are that New York and Ch!ca;a t'
ers are Implicated. Other dealsrsi w
said are involved ss well, but ths I
of the work, It lsale;:i, his t
done by the big men In New York z
Chicago. . T - ' . '. '
i x- V Y v (Associated Prens) -li
BUDAPEST, Jan. 3. It has It:
learned from unofficial-sources tv
Russia and Austria tiave at last re::
ed an agreement regarding the bo- "
ary! of Albania .and. that alf; cjanger c
friction between the two countries h:
passed. '.. '.V..-' '' " i
In confirmation "of th's lt was -nounced
today from. Vienna that t:
demobilization of ths army csfps Im
pending development would te;in i
mediately, .Similar news eomes tr
Str Petersburg and f !cscow.
REVEALED 0 Z
NEW YORK, Jan. 23, That XY t
International' Mercantile " Marine in
conference in London sets the rates cf
freight for alt European and American
traffic was admitted on the stand to.
dav bv Vice-President Franklin, of ths
corporation. .He said practically t?.z
the "trust" controls absolutely, and can
do pretty much ss it pleases wnen
making rates. - . Ij ,
mciims i: 0:
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Although nobody among the mem
lwrsbip of the Merchants' Association
was found this morning who. woeld
admit that there were any slates be
ing boomed for the election of direct
ers, there was not a little comparing
of notes discoverable which might be
cnsnDrlail r.f having -i tincture Of SS
No relerence is maue ut me separ
ate tickets put up respectively by the
nominating committee and members
cutside of i.. which were printed : la',
the Star Bulletin on Saturday, in the
foregoing stafement. It was conceded
nio ,-r ti. irii?ht tirket votfnr on
little or no straight ticke tvoting'on
1 hose lines of demarcation, but what
is now generally denied Is that any
coTTuosite s!ate is being pushed on, the
quiet. Both or these tickets .ill be
.submitted in one ballot faxm, with all
the names in alphabetical order and no
mark designating to which ticket any
candidate belongs. Following is the
list of candidates, with nominees of
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