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Many May Be Found !
To Be Alien Enemies
List Of Aliens Granted Citizenship
Rights Under Republic Who May
Never Have Become American Citi
zens Huber Makes Statement
As reported recently in these eol
limns, the I'niled States Pisiriet At
torney bus discovered tlmt a consid
eralile number of residents of the Is
lands who were granted "rights of
citizenship" during the days of the
Hawaiian republic, are proliahly not
American citizens. This comes about
t loin the fact that the Republic
uranled special privib'i'S to ;i l-irne
number of aliens, on account of serv
ices rendered, but did not require
them to renounce their foreign iii'.-nl-ance.
Some of these were p-eperlv
naturalized following annexation, bit
others were not, though they hive
generally been considered a in! ur
District Attorney Huber has .iust
dug out from the records a complete
list of the persons to w hom i u h
"rights of citizenship" were granted.
considerable number of these are
now dead and others have tliov d
away. Mr. Huber. in gt-ing out the
list, makes the following explanation
eoneerninsr it :
"llelov is a list of all persons of
Cerman and Austrian binh to whom
certificates of speciil r,;:hts of cili
zensliip and letters of derivation were
granted under authority of Articles I"
and 19. respectively, of the constitu
tion of the republic of Hawaii, and not j
ad ei wards naturalized by the lisirlct
court of the ( nited f;t.ites for the tcr
rilory of Hawaii. V
"This list includes tit-v napYT-s of
such persons who may haviybeen nat
uralized by the supreme eburt of the
republic of Hawaii aCtftr the taking
out of such certificates and letters
and before annexation
"It includesVhe nnmoa of the hold
ers of surbf-'certifieates and letters
who may ravc been nat ur.i'.i.ed by the
circuit,-0Urts of the term y. U also
inch' jes the names of persons of Ger
mp .a and Austrian birth who, at ti e
'.ime of taking out such certificates
and letters, may have been naturaliz
ed citizens of the I'ni'ed Slates jr of
any other country.
"This latter condition arises from
- the fact that these eert'V'ates and
letters state the place of birth of the
person to whom they wer? is.-ued. but
do not state the country of which
such person was then a citizen.
"AH persons whose nuned appeal
in this list claiming c 'izetishio in the
I'nited States or in any country othei
than Germany or Austria, if on the is
land of Oahu, should present th;ir
proofs of such naturaliz.-.tion to the
United States attc and. if up n
any of the oilier i- .1. lis, they may pre
sent such proofs to t? clerk zf or -f
the circuit courts: or, if they prefer,
t.iev may send such proofs direct to
the" United St;:l- attorney at Hono
lulu. "Anv person .v.ns? name appears
in i he a bow list !io car.nel lmv
e,,i at the ti n1 if 0:e riking out oi
such certificate or letter, he was a
naturalized citizen of some country
other than Germany or Austria; or
that, after taking cut such certificate
or letter, he was naturalized by the
supreme court of Hawaii, or under the
laws of the I'nited States, is still a
citizen of Germany or Austria and as
such is subjected to the regulation
prescribed by the president of the
United States governing the conduct
of alien enemies.
"If a German citizen he must at
once register in the manner provided
bv Section 10 of the president's pro
clamation of November 6, 1917."
The list of names follows:
Albert, J. J.
Arnemann, W. H. G.
Bruhn, W. C.
Boehme, T. H.
Brown, C. L.
Klb nberg, Chris.
Cunt her, Gus.
Hasselln ini.', August.
Lorelizeji, .1. C.
I.angehein, II. V. K.
N. I.er, J. V.
Osnier, J. L.
I'etzol l. II.
, C. A.
SI "iiimatin. Carl.
Schiiessler, O. S.
Schnack, .1. H.
Schuman, G. A.
Thoetie. W. H.
Tni:cbler, .1. II.
Yon Bi'rg. S.
Von I'anm r.beru. Paul.
Von ISassincr, H.
WaulK'f. F. II.
Wall. C. F.
YVoodkv, H. C.
.ieu-ler, C. W.
Islands of Kauai and Niihau
Bliihdorn, W. ' !
Tiosse. Sr., C.
Bosso. Jr., C.
Brums, Johann K.
. Christian. C.
F.lmhorst. D. .
Kellner, H. C.
Kan.s, B. K.
Mali ii. F.
Sliubert, G. A.
Latest News By Wireless
(Continued from Page One.)
Tlii lmann. Conradt.
Weber, Fritz II.
Zoller, W. N.
District of Kauai, Kona and
Island of Hawaii
Bart els, T. W.
Hugo, S. S. A.
Maui, Molokai, Lanai and Kahoolawe
(Continued on Pago Three.)
DISORDER CROWING IX ITALY
Imilon. Jittie 21 Exchange telegram va Cupi'iiIiaRan says work
men's council at Vienna in all night session ending Thiirsdayniorninf;
passed resolution demanding bread ration be raised immediately and
that until it reaches normal size greater (jttantiles other victuals be given
population. Council protested against not summoning parliment and
demands wages be raised, night work in factories be limited, and that
men and women unable to work hard owing to 'ack of food. Council
requested the working people to stop street lighting.
ENEMY ALIENS ALLOWED TO SLIT
San Francisco. June 20--l'nliee neutrality squad is seeking 32
enemy aliens discharged from army in Honolulu and sent to coast.
Xine others already arrested. Immigration officials failed to detain
them when they arrived for registration.
SLAVS WOULD JOIN U. S. ARM Y
A Pacific Port. June 20 Lt.-Col. Raymond Robbins, head of Am
erican Red Cross mission to Russia, arrived with several other mem
bers of mission. He said llolsheviki were courteous and expedited their
Unofficially stated that thousands of Czechoslavs arc enroute to
United States to offer their services against Austria. Thev were forc
ed into Austrian army but deserted and joined Russians, and now want
to continue war since peace was declared there.
GERMAN POPULACK RIOTIXC, FOR PICA C 12
London. June 20 Advices via Stockholm indicate peace demon
strations in 1'erlin, Hamburg and Cologne. Several killed. Many ar
lested by police and military dispersed crowd.
CENTRAL POWERS IX FAMIXE'S GRIP
Amsterdam reports serious rioting in Vienna where mob sacked
bakeries, stoned premier's residence and one wing of 1 1 of burn palace.
Cavalry is rushing to capital to restore order. Martial lay probable.!
The rioting is a protest against reduction of bread ration. Discussing
Germany's inability to help feed Austrians Cologne Gazette says thev
must reduce German bread ration until next harvest.
Paris, June 20 French entered German lines between Montdidier
and the Oise last night and captured 20. Otherwise nothing of im
portance. ITALIAN'S MAKING GOOD
Ita'ian Army Headquarters, June 20 Italians won complete con
trol of air on the Piave front. l'iave battle continues bitterly without
pause. Italians forced invaders to withdraw on whole front north of
Mont 1'ellunoil Way. More than 12.000 prisoners taken to date.
Vienna, June 20 Austrians held all ground gained on west bank
oi the 1 lave driving Italians south ot 1 reviso railroad.
St. Paul, June 20 Gompers reelected president of the American
federation of Labor by acclamation.
DR. CLEMMENS ARRESTED
Honolulu, Juno 20 Dr. Clemmens, the dentist, arrested by federal
authorities. Information regarding his arrest and charge are withheld.
CHANCE FOR COLLEGE MEN IN ARTILLERY
Maj. 1 licks announces opening of school at Fort DeRussy for pre
liminary instruction of candidates for commissions in coast artillery.
Later instruction at Fortress Monroe, Va. Place here for 14 who must
le; college graduates with knowledge of higher mathematics.
DRAFT QUOTA ANNOUNCED
Field announces Oahu's draft quota at 1601, leaving 2735 for other
islands. Quota is based on registration minus enlistments and national
guard ct edits. i&x:
Estate of late B. F. Dillingham inventoried at $979,000. " '
Army goes on wheat saving regulations, 50-50 substitutes basis for
a'i troops not serving over seas.
GUARD OFFICERS MUST STAND TEST
Three officers of 1st Regiment national guard, including high rank
ing officer, soon to be ordered before efficiency board. .If they fail
they will be honorably discharged with 1 month's pay.
P.EEF SUPPLY VERY SHORT
Hoover wires Child only 3 days supply of beef in storage on main
land, outside of requirements of army and Allies. Asks Hawaii to
conserve further on beef.
ITALIANS ARE HOLDING EVERYWHERE
London, June 20 (Official). Austrians virtually make no pro
gress against the P.ritish in Italy. The situation of the British-Italian
ft out unchanged. Austrian attacks generally lack former tenacity al
though the offensive continues along the Piave. The Austrians are
apparently afraid to force again the issue in the mountains but repeat
edly tried to establish bridge heads on the Piave. The Italians are
ATTACK W EST OF REIMS SMASHED
.French Army Headquarters. June 20 Germans used 40,000 men
in vain attack west of Reims which the French smashed completely.
AMERICAN PLANES AND PATROLS BUSY
American Army Headquarters, June 20 Five American planes
bombed German positions which were evacuated by enemy. All re
turned. Two American patrols crossed the Marne Killed considerable
enemies and all returned.
American Red Cross Feeds The Saloniki Refugees
v , f ? w . -J: . "i -. . fA (,Cs s
-i'iif:rii-ii -ti- --' ' - .
retuaikalile jihotOHraiih pho.u wonderlVlly the work of the lied Cross for the stricken people of Eu
rope. Tie- Aim ricaii Bed Cruus work, is at ihi.stalion are feeding the Saloniki refugees, who are Bhelti
the t, )!!;; thai dot the plain. This is the 'ay the BeJ Cross expends much of the money it receives.
AUSTRIAN'S GETTING SICK OF WAR
Amsterdam. June 20 AuMian internal affairs are rapidly approach
ing the breaking point. Arbeiler Zcilung, a radical paper, says dire
distress exists outside of Vienna. Complains of paucity of Ulkerain
i.in supplies. Says finance minister Konwimmer has refused request
(Continued on Pane Three.)
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Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Escept Sunday)
The following schedule went into elTeet Juno -Hh, 1U13
TOWAKDfi VVAIl.tKL !
P M I P M
r M I m
Mil" I STATIONS
Distance , .
j jj 3 20 1 158 30 6 25
i 203 17, ,8 27
c lot 07! 8 17
1 1 !
J "9 3 5 8 '5
J o 2 55 8 5
58 2 53: .8 03
4 5J 2 47 '7 57
4 5i 2 46, 7 56.
4 45 1 4"
4 44 39
A" ! 35. 17 15
.. Kahului ..
.. I'iiunela ,
ii,.. Haiku .;X1
6 408 50 1 303 J5
6 50 9 (xi.l 40 3 45
! I I I
:6 52 ji 42 3 47
7 2 ' 53 57
7 .V 1 53 3 58
'7 15' ii 05 4 10
1 7 401
3 07 4 u
2 14 4 I
a 15 4 ao
a 23 4 a8
a 25 4 30
a 3!4 15
TOWARDS I'll) NUN E
3 ' 1
rittn(ir 1 Pusmiir llstaici
M l AM I Milil
' 2 4
llitaic Pauiiftr : F'i.tei
. .. , , . J WilM AM P M
2.5 i'2 3 15
0 ' f, 2 3 05
1. All trains dally except Sundays.
2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Walluku dally, except Sundays,
at 5:30 a. m., arriving at Kahului at 5:50 a. m., and connecting with
the 8:00 a. m. train for Puunene.
3. BAGGAGE RATES: 150 pounda of personal baggage will be carried free
of charge on each whole ticket, and 75 pounds on each half ticket, when
baggage Is in charge of and on the same train as the holder of the ticket.
For excess baggage 25 cents per 100 pounds or part thereof will be
For Ticket Fares and other Information see Local Passenger Tariff I. C. C.
No. 3, or Inquire at any of the Depots.
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Jno. D. Souzo, 1'aia .nt M. Uyeno, Kahului Agent
J tck Linton, Wailuku Ajjent.