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THIS GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1917,
REVIEW -OF TROOPS
Montana Carpetbagger Next
(Sji' eial corrc'si(ii!(lcn(v nf The (iardfx
liiiv-ton, 1). V.. .Inn. 10 Tlio
Client today noniiiifited ns ' S'-c-
ntary of the Territory of Hawaii
After all Kauai visitors to the Curtis l'ielm laukea, of Honolulu.
Mid-Faeific Carnival in Honolulu This appointment is taken here as
from February 1!) to 24 are not to an indication that the adininistra
be disappointed in not seeing a re-j tion from now on wiil make an
view of all the United States regular 'effort to capture at least part of the
troops stationed on Oahu, always I Hawaiian vote of the Territory for
so much enjoyed by the Carnival . the Democratic party,
visitors from the outside isiands. The Attorney-General and other
Definite announcement was made oflicials of the Department of Jus
this week m Honolulu bvCol. Frnn- it, ,..nn ,.i
I in v (,i i tin ,1 iii i mil in i i ii i-
cis K. Larry, chief of staff of tin
Hawaiian department, that the
troops would all be brought to Ho
nolulu on February 21 from Fort
Kamehameha . and Sehofield Bar
racks and will take part in the mili
tary review which will be held the
following day, Washington's Birth
day. Besides the regulars, the First
Regiment, National Guard of Ha
waii, will march v. the parade.
There will be about '1000 infantry
men, cavalrymen and artillerymen
in the lino of march.
The diflieulty of securing trans
portation at the date desired threat
ened to keep the troops from parti
cipating in the Carnival this vear.
The commanders of the several regi-'
inents were adverse to bringing the
men from the distant posts to Ho
nolulu and camping them for a
week, due to the discontent caused
among the men by the inconven
ience sulTered by them. The de
partment commanders tried to make
arrangements to have the Oahu rail
road bring the men to Honolulu on
the morning of Washington's Birth-da-v
nnd return the same dav.
This the railroad was unable to
do, due to the heavy holiday traffic
always experienced on that day.
The military men finally agreed to
the proviso offered by the railroad,
and, as said before, the parade is to
be given after all.
MO newspaper can succeed with
out advertising, therefore we
solicit the patronage of our readers
for those who by their advertising
help to make this paper possible.
mendations which have been re
ceived because of the appointment to
a judicial position of James Coke,
and it's brieved that local wishes
will cut more of a figure in making
Hawaiian appointments in the fu
ture than they have in the past. It
is not likely, however, that the
vacancy caused bv the resignation
of Judge Clemmons will be filled
by a resident of the Territory. There
arc at lea.-t a score of candidate for
the place from the mainland and
the place is too good a plum to be
thrown way. It is nrobable the
place will be givi ii to a Montana
applicant who ha" the backing of
Senator Waish of that State.
(Special CorroHpnmlcnw nf Tnrc (iAitrmx
Washington, D.C.,.Tan. 11 The
House Rivers and Harbors Com
mittee today reported to the House
the Rivers and Harbors kill carry
ing aggregate appropriatians ofS3S,
15"), 3150. The bill carries for Ha
waii the following:
Ililo harbor, maintenance, 810,000
Kalmlui harbor, 200,(XX)
Kaliln harbor, Honolulu, 100,000
The Kalihi harlior project is a
new one and contemplates the en
largement of the present harbor at
Honolulu. An effort was made to
have the Committee include the
Nawiliwili harbor in the bill but
without success, the Committee hold
ing that the amount of tonnage
would not justify the necessary expenditure.
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