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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, FEB. 5, 1913.
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first . National Bank .Building
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Punabou. this year, is taking up j
Eonitthing that is entirely new in '
Honolulu. She is preparing for a light
lODrra tiat is to De given dv tne
HILO. Feb. 3 -Va-Aizo Takr.hashi,
i he L?.nijahoehoe murderer, who has
dodged tho po'.ire fcr the last nine
mouths, a. sari for the first time
feverp.1 weeks aso lurking in the ror- students in the near future. At first
est mar the place where e commit- the idea seemed too large an under
ted his tiime. He remains sr ill atta!:ing for the students but future
large despiie the efforts of the police , developments proved that they were
lo ferret him out. ! entirely caDable of it.
m a i i 9 1
iaKanasi.1 is cnargeu witn havmi
committed murder on the road leading
from Papaaloa to Laupahoehoe cn May
10, 1912. It seems that he had eloped
wKh the wife of another man, and af
ter he' tiad lived w ith her for some
time at Laupahoehoe, the enraged hus
band made his appearance, apparently
with the object of seeking tevenge
Through the efforts of the wh"e, who
Another question was the choice of
an opera. It was evident that care
would have to be taken in the re
lection. After consideration it waa
finally decided to produce "The
Chimes of Normandy," a light opera
in two acts by H. Planquette. As soon
as ' the preliminary wcrfc: had been
coojnletcd thn remainder progressed
affected to repent cf her evil ways,!0-' r ZZu,V " ' r
the matter wa3 patched up for the ?"d uclng an opcra
time being. On! the following day the
wife succeeded in getting her husband
to accompany her up the read toward
PapaaJoa, and at the point where the
road rises to the top of a cliff over
hanging the sea the husband was at
tacked by Takahashi. who had trcen ly
ing in ambush, end killed.
Following the murder, Takahashi
took to the woods, and a snort time
after the report-reached the police to
the effect that be was living at'Hama
kua. Thi3 report was kept secret and
every effort was ra'Je by the police
not to let the man become informed
that they were aware cf his hiding
place. After a search, Takahashi was
finally located at Kukaiau, where he
was working in a stable. The police
found him at work in a stall, and
their carelessness in letting; the! Japan
ese esoape after they had corralled him
in a stall arterwards lost the officer
In charge of the expedition his job.
The last -that was seen of Takahashi
was when he wtos making his escape 1
through the cane fields. I
Another report came to Sheriff Pua
to the effect that Takahashi had been t Gaspard, a Miser
seen lurkine in the forest at Wairiuna- The Bailiff
The leading part, Serpolette, is to
fce taken by Mies Latham, who will
a!so assist in coaching the play.
Serpolette is the on?y part that Is not
being taken by a student. The second
Jead; Germaine, Is- to: be taken by
Louise Churchill. Miss Churchill has
a wonderfully soft and sweet voice
particularly suited to the part. The
first male lead is 8iived to Allan
Renton. His voice is rich and strong
and likewise well adapted to the
The complete cast for "The Chinroi
of Normandy" is as follows:
Serpolette Miss Latham
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with it you ladies who attended cur opening.
Here's what Miss Garden wote to V. Rigaud, the famous
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new Combination by her name:
Jeanne . .
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Jean Grenicheux, a Fisherman ....
. . . .Dickson Nott
lei, seven miles from the government The Notary ..
road. Wilbur a white man living at, Chorus of
Papaaloa, is said to have made the dis
covery, and according to him. he saw
the fugitive about a month aeo. and The date on which the opera will
recognized him ns a man who. before &e produced has not "yet been defi
he was forced to flee from justice, had nitely decided but it probably will be
worked In the "vicinity. Wilbur was .within three moiiths although a g xd
Valklrig through the forest when he deal depends upon the way the work
came upon the Japanese. The latter progresses. The opera will probably
waa unarmed and although Wilbur .be given at the Opera House. '
was carrying a! shotgun, he failed to Great interest Is being take.i in thi3
bring the murderer to time. When in- hew venture among all concern?!
formed' by Wilbur of his discovery,! with Punahou. The students who bald
the police at onfce set off for the place parts feel the responsibility and there
mentioned, and: after a search came is no doubt but that all will do their
upon the hut that had been occupied best to make the opera af success and
hy Takahashi, which showed signs of something to be rcmembertsd'f or years
LJuTingJmn-deaert-for'w , .
It is believed that as soon as the j o j 11 1 "
Japanese saw Wilbur he decamped to! : Vesuvius is rumbling and another
other, parts, and it 13 now impossible eruption is looked, for at any time,
to sar whefe he is".' Therels a reward: The senate has 'received a petition
of one hundred dollars on 'thei head of asking that all saloons be closed m
.the murderer and, if. Wilbur's story Washington on Inauguration day. The
Is correct, that Individual lost the motion will probablv be lost for want
chance of landing neat aum. - of ' a Quorum. . ? :
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"I've had m? warning," replied Mr.
Shively. "Senator Overman came back
from Trenton with the appendicitis
and Senator Hoke Smith with a bad
case of lockjaw. Nothing doing for
By C. S. ALBERT
Special Star-Bulletin Correspondence
WASHINGTON, D. C. January 2?.
The deluge of advise1 and suggestions ,,
itcured unon President-elect' Wilson
since his return from the Bennudat m,. , ...
has approximately ceased. It seemed I Jb lockJaw suggestion m i true of
to be seed wasted upon stony ground.. a" those who pilgrimaged. Not or.e
,t rhtAf mar;atrt fiiri t ,ot' hem came hack with a guess as to
nAt u kj who would be in
vaic w .a vnu wu-,
victions and did not esire to take
cn any new ones at present
For that reason the pilgrimage of
statesmen to Trenton suddenly ended.
Many days have passed tince the
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the Republicans' agree to. a dividing
line beyond which they will not seek
to go. The Republicans are obdurate
and will not consent to any sort of a
OFLAKEYIEW NO; 2
Local stockholders In Lakevlew No. a
TvhQhay.e paid the xecondaaessmet
levied the? end of the year will be
pleased to read this Item from the Es-ai.-iner'a
oil column of January 25: .
"It has remained for the Lakevlew
No, 2 Oil Company, operating on prop?
ertj of the old Metropolitan Oil Com
pany, section 4, 11-23, to put the first
well into the aandr since Midway
Fields No; 1 was plugged. The well
is not cleaned out yet, but there Is
e ery indication of a good now of
high-gravity oil similar to that pro
deced in the Dave KinBey gusher The
gas pretsrure Is heavy and prepara
tions are being made for a gusher
Corey, former head of the steel
trust, admitted on the witness stand
that steel men all' over the world had a
compact that stifled competition.
The largest and1 most powerful bat
tleship in the world, 27,500 tons, has
just been launched in England" for
T.r.A, .,1. . tlLfM 1tj V IV
j aoi ouj-viji aa a lucivnaiitD Dciiiii pvn J
va . t f v a Liatukf t w a. w - a
work, for a classified ad. Wliat you liavc to sell I i "
matters fess tliaa how tccll you advertise it! y
Sometimes it's as easy to sell a store or a house
as to sell a second-hand piano. Every day tho
want ads. are selling things-Hind they can serve
you! ' ' v:-
the next cabinet or
what bills would be urged for action
at the extraordinary session. Nobody
secured a clue to anything and all
maintained a strict silence, thus cre
ating the impression of wisdom. The
fact was self-evident that either Gov-
Hui noFuruuH ww-ur w BPxjtu- e rnor WiIcQn did not furnish an en
jtaUve has hiked down to the capfial liihtJn.r rioa tn nrv nf hi visifnre
iOf New Jersey and offered to solve all or else he was tne best hand at "bot-
perpiexmg promems ror oovernor tllng.. up information who has evtr
Wilson. A unanimous agreement was iappeared on the political stage,
leached to leave the President-elect j Tne Republicans in the senate have
alone and wait until he sent for some- teen making a dismal failure of their
body to come over and enlighten "uim ; proposed finish fight for President
on what he should do regarding tie .Taft's appointments. The Regulars
cabinet and legislative program. !and Progressives are co-operating in
' "Are you not going over, to Trenton great shape, but are unable to keen a
cn confer with Governor Wilson," in- quorum of their own numbers pres
Cnired a friend of Senator Sniveley. jent when a pinch comes. The Donio
"No. Indeed." answered the senator, crats then sneak out and leave the
"I am going to keen away from that Republicans to adjourn when they getj
place." (tired of trying to obtain a quorum. No
"Why! persisted tne friend, witn progress has been made tn tne cirec
symptoms of surprise. ition of confirmations. The Democrats
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