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HONOLULU STATJ-BULLETIN, SATttHUTr MAKCII 4. 101G.
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LJLEY H. ALLEN - - -
SATURDAY. . ;.MABQI 4, 1916.
GTREHGTHENINO THE PRESIDENT'S
; ' A arm. ;
THE DEMANDS ON GERMANY
What are the f ' American' demands" on
Germany! i .; x -;
Some misunderstanding seems to exist as t6
party-who searched -
It required neither a prophet nor the son of exactly what President Wil and
a prophet ty foresee that the majority oi the fanes of state have 'requested in the notes tothe entire ship, ef en the faiin'.trabin. They . found two Hindu pas$en
f-rnate woujd stand by iTesident - nson on tne Berlin. Here are the demands: -r i rmuju ,.;v.-..
trayel-at-sea issue. Nor does it require the gift Note of May 13 That Germany ''disavow,' '
of divination to foresee that. the house Demo- "make reparation V and "take immediate step
crats dare; tiot repudiate him so long as. he to prevent the recurrence of anything o ob
inaintains fiis present .OTppnL;-:j. the principles of. vsr-
Nevertheless, the vole of GSjo 14 in the sen- jfafe'Vfas the finking, of the' Lusitania). -
ate yesterday is a splendid thing for thead-C Note of , June 9-'The government of the
iTiinisiraiioa. . it iiKewse, is a ,spieiiaia iningv. United States very earnestly; ana very soicmniy
for the belligerents to contemplate. The ac-trenews-the representations ojt jU '.note trans
t ivities of the Bryan's; and the Gores,-' the- mi t ted on the; 13th ."of lay. vlv',-:
Joneses arT the Works, not improbably have Note of 'Tuiy 21WThe government of the
led some attleast'of the belligerents to coneiude United States cannot believe "tjiat th Imperial
that President Wilson faced a hopelessly- government will longer refrain from disavow
avided Congress. But on ihe very first oppor- ing the wanton act of its naval commander in
t unity his iparty members in the upper house sinking the Lusitania or from. offering repara
votcd 47 tq-2 to stand by him; and the Repub- tion for the American lives lost, so far as rep
licans in Uie upier house voted 21 to 12 to aration can be. made for the jieedless destnic
stnnd by him. tion of human life by an illegal act.,
Party ticVcounf little as against the ties of j ' .. 1L.. . '
nation alisuclra time as this in "national af- President Wilson :s statement fo adminis&a-
s. president nas the support ot the tion leaders concerning viiryanarksi backo
ntry in insisting that Americans shall not the davs when Dr. DumbaViie bfi'the ricall, tds
! - lawlessly attacked at sea; Whatever may Austrian ambassador in Washingto;4lr.
the eritiMsm againstMr. Wilson feajse of iBrj'an told Dr.- Duraba that he and Austria
is economical or social theones his lonjr- leed'tnot worry particularly over the! presi
luring (fiplomacy or, his change of mind on Rent's demands in the Lusitania case, and the
i 1 itary if eds, he will find , the stanch ' senti- president's attitude on submarine warfare, be
nt of pnYriotic Americans behind him should cause that wasn't the attitude pf the American
( i isis come with a belligerent. He is showing people and the Teutonic Powers had no reason
) .v the very firmness whose alleged absence to worry over ;."a split At least that as' the
oj)ponents have principally criticised. The substance of the impression he gave Dumba,
v - - (Special Cabl to lUwall Hochl.)
TOKIO, March 4. The Japanese goTernment is preparing a strong
protest to be forwarded to London against the holding .vp. of the T. HL K.
liner Tenfa Mara in the open sea b; a British man-of-mar, aud the remov
al from the liner.' after search, of two Hindu passengers.
When CapU.Togb ot the Tenjro M aru reported thia unlawful action to
the home office of the T. KL K. great excitement pretailed .in th capital.
His formal report is as follows: v . v
-When my ship, the enyo Maru was in the open' sea off Hongkong, a
British .cruiser 'signaled u to stop. We showed oor flag and signaled Unit
we were Japanese, bot the British ci uiser sent two shots at as. Both shots
: ra-pacifists' and the ultra-partisans are out-
."iberod and rebuked. .
or nrTnr.EST t6 the auto-less.
I'liis grim comment" frorh; the; jNew?;iorJv
rlil will belread with interest by therin-,
-ing il ;mbcr of htrajvhangers'.in Honolulu,
,'h as vet there is no move to put the plan
rred 1 in operation here and though as
there ' re no straps: ,'. ( ' r;
''i'he ; t t-r-fpnJni. ntrod'ed iruthe
::hlv ' ' no ii-mM ;m a(Uiiii.jle imtpOce.
I ( lore it becomes iaw, strap-hangers .m
- York,, Ci,t y . xr'$ ti ll!. 1 P; (. io be - in f qttn'ed. ii6w
v ere to reacli tiora? ui ilift msli. hours.
which Dumba promptly transmitted to his gov
ernment. The Central, Powers : then began to
wonder if Mr.- Wilson !wa.s merely putting up a
diplomatic and political blijff,' and as the presi
dent says,- ;t was months after Aryan's resigna
tion l)'ef6re Germajiy realized tjie Uiiiteil.StaJtes
was in earnesC The developments have roved
that Wilson is a better judge of the state of
mind of his country than Bryan though that
isn't saying much; '
Land Commissioner Rivenburgh-to::give
-iiiu the tine tliiiescenaca-upohuiiyeo2iv
v Uj STECHERr It is remarkable
how high the prices of oil and lca-
tare rone. since the war began. I co
not qnfte understand wfcy: this shux;J.t
HORACEi W. VAUGH AN: I find
that it is, ao easy. Job preparing the
government's title to the. Irwin site.
It will be several weeks before con
demna tion proceedings re started.
"Gcrmatt Hsadqtiartera, Marcft 3.
Southeast of Ypres on.tht icanaf the
Eagtish entered a. positieri called Bas
tion, which thexermana had taken
from the'm 'on February j13T The Eng
lish also reached, along" a : small front
other German trenches, from ' which
however, , they were Imnif diatety
Mln some parts of Baitloh the Eng
lish atiU : maintain their ground.'
South of the canal of La Basse the ene
my's blting caused active hand-to-hand
fights before the German, f root
lii . Champagne the . enemy's artillery
in some places increased its fire to a
great violence. . In Bolante Forest,
northeast of Lachalade, Argonne,, a
partial attack by the French was easi
ly repulsed. On the heights east-of
the Mouse the Germans, after strong'
artillery.7 preparation, cleaned up the
vilUge.-of Douaumont and advanced
their fines west and aouth.ef the vil-
jaf ana or mc rmorea .ToriFesa amo
iater odsitions.' The VCarrtfansV took.
mar than a thousand' brionea andll am in favor oT aV elections n , a
r - si j. r-' . . .
Iv hiw num.' :
.f German aviators threw bombs suc
cessfully on the. French troops within
the fQrtress district of Verdun.
VLleut. Immclm.ann, ther fGerman
fcviator, has sho dovyn an English bl
plahe with tvfo ef fleets, oneJof,vhom;
it ead, the-oihir )seHously;Woundedi
This is the- ninth aeroplane that-has
been shot down thus far by Lieut. Inv
melmann. ' -,i : : ' ' J. ' y.: , ' '. ''; ' ;
"On the east front there are patrol
engagements on the Duena, 4 eat of
Friederichstadt and on the .Seryetsh
and JS ha r,a .f ro,ots.. -
"The German admiralty reports that
a Gefman tobma'rlne has 'sunk twq
French aux&iaryrwuMtdne" 'British
patrbf boat, and .Paris : reports .'th
sinking of the transport 'rProverice;
which, carried 1800of whom vonly 699
MAYOR JOHN C. LANE: The
suoervisors are working. hard to cov
er nti their own deffcltsi: aid 1 can't
see where they are going to get any
money to help out the circuit courts.
E. J.-BOTTS: "Too much nfoth
er-ln4aw"- was . the plea of -a Cat-
vesterdav in the police court
v,henbrdugbt in on a charge of ufiing
thiater!ng language. Thnt old ex
ruse seems to be world-wide. .
BEf HOLlJCNGKjl. Supervisor:
ayaiternliira Democtatra reguhirDeTnt
cratr It thdsnt 'beehvsdibng" sii?'iis:feDuKj
J ica n paper .nsed' to call him .a?i:eglar: :Tam;
many Democrat. mat was4 wiieix .ne was i ayor
rernr s secretary and; was organizing numerous
f DemocnrticrTclub to' swing the"election;- vAnd
bon rd ;of uiWrrisow-isf gettina j eanJ the etioSIW'iwfingi IteheJ mayprs
UU lIAUli fcAAVkJVi Uttl UUU U UUKV LTU
of. te;,maybr s erebral igray maitej;5 yjbriij
burgh has made good right along in the "various
positions h'el has held 'in' the public 'seryic. itd
he shduld make :gobd - as' land commissioner;
One' thing is certain-1-Rivenburgh was a Deirid
crat before .some of the men, now5 claiming title
in fee simple to Bourbonship ever1 heard of
Thomas' Jefferson or Woodrow Wilson : A -
it vcrerle.sson.jn econoiu', Andnue
:i is needed. : !Last night 'some ior the city
rs franklv admitted that the .board has
i extravagant. ". ,
; should not be necessary to call a extra
i n of the legislature just to help the super
: s out of a, financial 'hole. Undoubtedly
rvi? or Shingle 4has. gone pyev the matter
fully and is impressed with the need for a
;;;1 Kssion, but so far there has been no
i-cut i and latisti "il statement proring be-
1 pcrl"dvcnturCr therit"iv',i,ch;triymu5t;
. lepslativtv rcii.l; Spoiiaing il6,00(yr
00 oh ai extra session for the sake of rais
!:alf lliat aifiotmt;is ddnhtfnL finance. t
;t is Ft ill up to the supervisors ftp-
V fora:::vl!(nt:T'-- SlU
natcr Borali! s olcjCIiljput 1$ meettfid
rday, and he didn t seem to care whether
;t or made future votes. The probability
at he made votes by his fearlessness.
. . . . - -. .
-.other reason for a new .city hall is 'tbat it
1 require raore . caretakers than the" pres
cCiccs and hence furnish more patronage
'OTcny men of many minds' must haVe been
: Ittcn of local democracy, A few men also
it!. out anv minds. . ,; - .. '.
v The; world does move, iri.:spjte of the' donbt-
lilfeUhrijwsJagoiloiJet bega lir
manfl vigorously that the approaches to Hono
Iulu,s? wharyes .bc prihled, pti stamer; 3ay:
The streeis'arfoywat'er-f ront'stfcetcheswefeven
ihe'y fire libw; and' tourists usually were vsry
day it was announced at the ci ty hall that ,
mayor lias ordered the said approach spfirik-
led. - i' or wnicii, on lion, jonn u., many manssi
These war dlot7 seenr to '.be 'sytppatfieiically
( Uneasy lies the. head that waits for the vote
on sugar. " A - , ; i " :v " :.'
Lear) Year for sugar.
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'Tau! exclaimed "Josh" Tucker
Is nornlng, and threw up his hands
u asked whether be bad Been the
vcrnor this week. " V '
"I'm through. The governor has no
.rings cn me. If he wants to-see
e, let hlin look me up."
(Icvernor riukham wanted to see
r. Tucker before bewas dlspossess
I c f his position as land commisslon
- sent word to bim yesterday
asking that he call at the capltol at
4 o'clock. Tucker did not show up
and the governor signed :tbe commis
sion already made out. naming Ber
tram G. Rivenburgh land commission
er. -: - - . . ? . :; - ',t ''
Mr. Rivenburgh walked into a flower
embowered oCce this morning, about
9 o'clock to tod Tucker in' possession.
Tucker talked ' loud about -his rights,
claiming that his term .did .not expire
until noon, tu did not take any action
asserting them. . ; t i
Tucker aays that be . Is going to
spend the next month or two resting
at his place In Kalmuki. ;
, .Rivenburgh came to tha.: islands
J about ten . years go and for a time
was employed on the Waialua planta
tion. Political activity brought about
bis appointment as secretary .to Ma
yor Fern and later be was appointed
superintendent of Kaplolanf park." He
was a member of the Hawaii fair com
mission. f ' - : ..-.-'r.-.-r
LURLINE HAS URGE v ,
LOT OF MOTOR CARS ;
v -l;forlocai dealers
I The ,. Mataon steamer Lurline li
bringing 27 passengers" and 109 bags
of; mail lo Honoluln from San Fran
cisco, 'according, ta ;radi: Received
this morning by Castle Cooke, local
agent: v . K TVJ .: t
There are half a hundred automv
biles on board , for Xha port,, the. radio
says, and IS package of express mat:
ter. Cargo for here is 4978 tons, an4
for Kahului, 557 tons. - ;
'The Lurline Is due to dock at 7:30
Tuesday morning at Pier 15.' , ?
Civil service examinations for sanl
tary inspectors,' and nurses and guards
at ; the insane asylum, were .held at
the McKinley1 high school r today:
About 59 persona took the examina
tions. ' f -
' In4' accordance with,-, 1
passed at a'meeUng of th Dftnocraf ia
territorial Icomrnittee; JthjEK ufcaH a4
g'one -out. for- ni&nAtlcatjuld . JblefcliJbri
of' all-precinct club officers and othef
ikah- ini ArteJ&AnZnA V 0ghter. H
alternates tofhe , national codventlon
to be held1 la St. Louis will be,choen".
; From now until March ?5 he vari
ous precinct clubs. vrlX hol4'meetings,
as" nominations u for the. -various posi
tions will close . on that ; date. sThe
election will be held .on, April 15, b
ginning at 5 o'clock la the evening and
closing at 30 o'clock; Delegate and
alternates to the St-Louis. convention
win he elected, 'In ;theVprecinct clubs
instead of in convention. ; H : ; " ; Y
?L : ' ' 'm m ' .-.
city bond issue, -but1!' don't think we
ought to rush into it tnis summer.
Why not wait until ; September and
hold It at' the same time we do our
primaries? Otherwise It would cost
a lot of extra money,
?tCITV FydlNtJm GEORC.R M.
c6LLl!I&r -Che rcid department is
starting" work on the Waniawa road
through cooperation. with the Ewa and
Waialua ; distrlcU. tThe . crushing
plant which has been stationed on the
51d belt road : near Castoer Is being
move4 into Plae-Spur,; and tjne new
binns are- under construction. ,
' -RT WBRECKONS: r l am very
fond of -mullet, aBdp a .Chinese friend
hitoueht ma thretf 'be&uties .last - Wed
hesflayi: He put.' them. In the coolest
plaije. in fthe.. oflice uider tne.. saie.
Well l? forgot all 'about the fish and
when I-came, down to the offlqe next
morning were, they gone? 1 should
say not ricnew. they were there the
minute' I A stepped in v the door, 1
could Aear them! ' -1
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VAttADA ' Wvloiiolula:"Biarca4,
1916," toMr. ib4 MM.-.lUtsuglxar.
mada pf Nuuanu street, a daughter.
AAltAVln -Hdnolulu, March -4,1916;
f 'l indMrto-SklgtkIcht:Kasaka
iK'or iiis2 juaunaaear sueei, sou.' j
StJNQ In Honolulu, February 28, -191S,
o?Mr.' and, 'MrsH'Sung-Kt Chooa. -of
V jackf-lahS," off Nuuanu- aVeouey a
fdaiighterPoon Woo.'., v
JACKOS tec Honolulu, February 8,
to . Dr. and Mrs.- Arthur. Fr
Beretania street, a
N OTT In , Honolulu, i February , 2 6,
1916, to Mr.i and; Mrs. . Harold CUTr
ence Nott of Wilhelmlna' rise, Kal;
nruki; ii daughter. v-f - . '
kitchid says repeal m :
of hree sUqar;sure
; -tq-pass; up.tuesday
4-...- , A'- t r.v
-f - (Suecial Star-BulieUn Cable) u 4
rWASHIKCTON.'TJ. C.; March
4- 4. A vjote on .the bilL repealing
L i . ' " t ' ' . .iff X
me ires sugar ciause oi ibb iariu
has been ; delayed In the house
by the; internatlonaal cbmpiica- 4
'Hons wjhich have absorbed most
4 of the kttentlon of the congress-r4
r men and by the passage of the
f-f regular, appropriation duis. ; -r
4- Claude Kitchla, the hoqs4,lead- -4
4- er. tola? the Star-Bjulletin this aft-
4- ernoonthat he expects to bring
th suarWlftxp nex. Tuesday. i-4
f He thiaka the' debate on it will 4
4-.be brief and. figures that possibly
the vote will be: taken the same 4
The passage of-the, bill '.by an 4
4- overwhelming majority" is cer-4
4 tain, say house leaders.' '' ; ."4
4 : . ; ; C. S. "ALBERT. ' 4
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4-4- 44V 4- 4:4;"-f V'4- 4-4
YAM A DA In - Honctulu, March 4,
.: 1916; the infant . daughter , of Mr.
and Mrs Matsugi .Yamada of Nuu
;ranu streetcr .' . . - i '.'
KASAKA In Honolulu. March 4,
v 4916, the infant son, of Mr, and Mrs.
8kigikichl Kaaaka of 1182 MaunaT
. kea street.'. ; .
TOMr-In Honolulu, March 3. 1916. the
v. infant' aon of Mr, and .Mrs,; Tom
, Poqa at. 8 Maunakea. street, a na-
ttve of this cityr27, daya oli.
SMrtH--Ia Pearl Harbor, Oahu.
March - 3, ;196C ohn Smith, struc;
tural Iron worker, of San Francisco.
JOHNSON At Pearl City; Oahu,;Mar.
T 41916 x. ( peter' Johnson.' 'Ttin-:
'erar services . at reari .uiry -.tomor'
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KAPUHILI In Honolulu, March A.
1916,' Sam K. i 'Kapuhlli, Colburn
street r Funeral today, ; burial; at
Lochview cemetery, ; . , , , . .
-. ; i marrUg; licenses"
Bunjiro ; Takeda, Japanese....'... .37
Kdjeno Dodo, "Japanese It.".r,.V.V26
Francis Kekal, .Part-Hawaiian: .13
Millls Monteso, . Portuguese, .18
- During the calendar !year 1915, 34,
817 pounds of chicle, with an Invoiced
value of S57.728 . United ? Sutes cur
rency, were shipped from:Tampico toJ
New York. Most of the chicle shipped
fr6m this port ,1s produced In the
Tuxpam district. ; '
" x when 'fife comes and destroys your Home, . that '
Tou did '"not lalce out!that : Irisuranee -policy."' Let
7 us write it for you todays l.- : - " -- - - : -
Guardian Trust Go., Ltd.
Merchant Street :. -: . - Stangenwald Buildir
ON DIG ISLAND
' Enthusiasm for the National Guard
W the island of Hawaii Is cn the In
crease, according to a fetter received
this morning at , guard headquarters
here from Briga,dir-General Samuel I.
Johnson; who Mth CoL C. S. Lincoln'
is now ttnaking' 'an inspection tour on
the Big Island.' ;
" We arrived at Hllo Sunday at
noon, writes Gen. Johnson. That
day we inspected the companies at
Waiakea, Olaa, Pahoa and also the
Kona Company. Thq, latter was. not
on our crtginal program for teat day.:
"W arrived at Napoopoo at 16, o'clock
at night, aad found that Cojnpany jr.
after waiting for ns tot five hours, had
ar turaoupf; 81 out Ofj84 cdenj;
' "During; the Auto drive' to Kona we
ran into cne cow, and .Into one Jack
ass. Expect us back next Tuesday."
DUKE MURDErVT RIAL v :
- v WILL BEGIN MONDAY
, Unlesa further time Is asked for by
either the government or counsel for
the defense, the case of Jesse Dukes,
coloredcharged with the brutal mur
der of G. P. George, who was a civi
lian employe in the quartermaster de
partment at Schofield Barracks, win
go to-trial in federal court at 8:30
ok:lock nxt Monday morning.
;; George died as the result of a blow
'era the back of the head from a heavy
instrument. Attorneys George A. Da
vis and V. T. Rawlins will represent
Governor Lucius E. Pinkham's trip,
to Fort Kamehameha and the narat;
station at Pearl Harbor, planned for
today In company with former Govern
or David S. Walsh ot Massachusetts,'
has been indefinitely postponed at the
visitor's request on account of the
About 500 Invitations to the recep
tion to be given by the governor la
honor of , the distinguished visitor
were sent out in this afternoon's malL
The others will follow Monday morn
ing. The entire foTce of the secre
ary aTlr'govertiors''iTnces la busy
today .-aulreaii3 and '$ tamping the
envelope t '
J. L. FLEMING, president, of,
the James F. Morgan Co., returned In-
the Mauna Kea this morning, from' a'.
inp iu Aiaui muu uiwiu. .-
R. A. ANDERSON, 18. as' individual
entertainer, was accorded the be sr re
ception. As an encore to the M1916
Selection.' he played a Hawaiian a'.r
on the guitar and when he was called -.
tack he aang "Maul GlrL a ilaw4i
Ian song with, an ukulele accompaaW
menu On his third encore be played,,
another selection on. the guitar. .
Cornell Daily Sun. ' - . ' v
For a home at
On the very edge of Kapiolani Park and le$gJthan
10 mmutes walk-to the beaclrwe- have a pretty bun
V galow home wheh the owner wants to dispose of
quickly.: Hence the low price. It is a 4-room nouse,
.interior finished attractively in wood, screened:
throughout. Lot is 50xl00'feet, nice lawn and trees
, 'outhouse, with sliower, ; nice bath . rdora i in hoase'
it ,?,i:n s tlt at
; miuonn1 tnrnir
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- You. can hnd nothing better, nothing more appropV;
riate than a -JA: ;:r ; j. . ' -;';'' .y ; ' -;: ' :'- - A,
See our window display. Engraved free. : - '
VIEIR A JEWELRY CO., Ltd.
' - :A:: --V 113 Hotel Ctrt:t
J .-'1 - .' :fv; ''.-;t ju'ji
f-l V. 9tU '.;vr.V..fa
SS55 WalalaV Road fafter Mar. 1; V2 Bedroonliy. Atii. .i;32Xar -
r Mar. l; V21 Bedxo
Palolb Roa'd' Cinclud'ei yitd boyKr. 2
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.'14 Mendonca Tract (Llliha SO.. 3 Bedrooma i . . . v.v.2(J.OO ,
770 KInau St. 4 .......... ... 32u0 ' .
v Walalae Road ...............1' - ' ... -lti v
Bet. 6th and 7th Aves.
1317 Makiki St 2
14th and Palolo Aves., Kalmuki.'... 2
,124 6 Kinau; . ..... ..... 2 ,
1S77 Kalakaua Avenue ............ 2
2C27 Kalakaua Jv6. 2
1825 College St..t.,.. 3
1675 jcalakaua Ave.
Dayton. Lane ; .
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"(Includes cotUge "in "fear) ,
.. f ...... . . . 12.00
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:om House on
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