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I VOL. XVII. HONOLULU, HAWAII," TUESDAY, FEBRUARY i, 1910. No. 5562
I TOlOIN" mNTrrCAPT. PARKER SAILS; INSURGENTS BACK
I BOATS AND RETURN WIFE DIES IN HOUR ADMINISTRATION IN
f l '"TENNESSEE AND WASHINGTON WILL GOTO RJO DE JANEIRO AFTER JIrs- Captain Robert Parker Walpa sudden death Is still unknown, Mrs. 1 k I K 4 VI Iwrl- V.
1 wV. died nt 1 o'clock this afternoon, dur- Parker leaves many children, Robert IVIl Wi 1 I wHI LM & H 1 1 1 fc
' BREMERTON REPAIRS, TO COMB BACK TO PACIFIC WITH TWO mg a fainting spell through heart Parker Walpa, Jr., Stephen Parker I " KJ 1 ? 1 LlU J 1 LU
. .'ARMORED CRUISERS NOW DOING "DUTY IN THE ATLANTIC
jjoallng to-the tune of "The Merry
Wldbw .Waltz' and going throiign
"getting-Up" 'drills to the music j of a
r band. playing anything from the sub-
.lime -to the ' ridiculous, that is, from
"The .Star Spangled .Banner" to "Oh,
It is a lively scene today on Hono-
Five' armored cruisers of Admiral
Sebree's fleet, two protected cruisers, cruisers at present in the Atlantic, ves
the Denver. and the Galveston, and a sels of the same class as themselves,
supplyship are in the harbor; while probably meeting them at Rio De
three-armored cruisers lie outside. Janeiro, Brazil, after which the two
The Tennessee (flagship), Maryland, Atlantic boats and the Pacliic boats
West Virginia, South Dakota and .tne will head for the Pacific to remain for
Washington are -tne cruisers In port, duty in this ocean,
the latter being at the quarantine The other vessels of Sebree's fleet
wharf where she will remain until will get away on Monday or Tuesday
Thursday or Friday. The California, next for Mare Island, where they also
Colorado and Pennsylvania are out- will undergo a certain amount of over
side. Tenny and Mary lie at tne hauling which will require about six
Naval wharves, while "Vlrgle and S. D.
are at the Alakea wharf.
The Tennessee and the Maryland are
coaling as fast as they can, the lor- whem all the boys swear by and ad
nier to take in 1400 and theN latter mire Immensely, will be retired.
A cable was received by Rear-Admiral
Sebree just previous to his leav
ing Japan to the effect that, he would
' transfer his pennant from . the Ten
nessee to either the California 0.' South
The "Old Man'' has made his de
cision as to which ship shall have
the distinctive flag, and either next
Saturday ' or at latest, Monday, the
California will be IT.
Owlug to the fact that the' P. M
S. S. China Is on the way here with a
large consignment of mall, It is re
ported that none of the cruiser fleet
will leave this port until the arrival
of letters from (he homeland.
Have your typewriter, cash registers
and adding machines repaired by the
Office Supply Co. TJjey have a com
plete repair department for this work.
IS YOUR WILL MADE?
Tomorrow you may die. What
provision have you made for
the distribution of your prpp
erty? Your duty to your fam
ily or relatives demands that
you make your will Now To
day. ' Consult with us.
923 Fort Street.
1800 tons of coal; and they will prob-
ably finish this evening. As soon as
the Washington is out of quarantine,
on account of mallpox, as yesterday
reported, she will rush her coaling.
She and the Tennessee will go to Bre
merton and undergo extensive over-
hauling. Prom Bremerton they will
be dispatched through the Straits or
Magellan to meet two of the armored
weeks, then going to Magdalena Bay
for target practice.
At Sun Francisco Admiral Sebree,
Because another man's wife was riot
"faithful" to David Lelo, Lelo- tried
to yank her off a trolley car last
Thursday and get her to return to, him
in preference to her husband.
Annie Peters, for that' Is the young
Hawaiian woman's name, refused to
go, so Lelo tore her dress and tried
to choke her into submission until the
motorman and conductr and two oth
ers threw him off tho car.
Judge Andrade In pollco ocurt this
morning sentenced Lele to six months
in jail, Lelo having before served six
months for a similar .offense.
Attorney Magoon represented Lelo
and noted an appeal. Bond was set at
"She made me lots of worry," de
clared Lelo, " for she and I lived to
gether for seven months and then she
ran away to go and live with her hus
band." He made the statement without any
sign of embarrassment.
"I wonder if Bredfcons knows about
It?" remarked Prosecutor Brown.
Editor Star Sir Is it not passing
strango that no one has suggested ''thq
old flsh market" as a site for the pro
posed public library?
May I also venture to ask whether
arrangements could be made to have
afternoons set ashJe exclusively for
ladles at the Kalmuki observatory
during tho Halley's comet Beason?
DO YOU WANT RELIEF?
Are you frequently hoarso? Do you
have that annoying tickling In-your
throat? Doos your cough annoy you
at night, and do you raise mucus in
the morniugT Do you want rollqf?
If so, tuite Chamborlln'a Cough Rem
edy and you will bo pleased. Foi
sale by all doalors. Benson, Smith &
Co., Agents for JIawatl.
Fine Job 1'rlntlng, Star Offlco.
10 JAIL FOB
.Mrs. Captain Robert Parker Walpa sudden death Is still unknown, Mrs.
died at 1 o'clock this afternoon, dur- Parker leaves many children, Robert
lng a fainting spell through heart Parker Walpa, Jr., Stephen Parker
weakness, Just one hour after her hus- Wnlpa, Miss Parker Walpa and Mrs.
band, Captain Parker, formerly of the Louis Myers being some of the off
police, had left In tho S. S. Mauna Kea spring.
for Hawaii and Maul. While Walpa Is the family name, de-
For several years Mrs. Parker, who ceased was usually referred to as
was about fifty years of age, had been Mrs. Parker, her husband being po
somowhat of an invalid, subject topularly. known as Captain Parker,
alarming fainting spells. When her, Mrs. Parker was Sarah Kalal before
husband left for his Island trip ho was mnrlago
not aware that she was in a serious Death occurred in the family resl
condition. He will be notified bydence, Parker lane, Lillha street. Fun
wireless when he reaches Lahalna. oral arrangements will bo announced
Besides her husband, to whom her later.
When the ships of Admiral Sebree's
armored cruiser squadron: of eight
leave Honolulu they will take with
them provisions for- fifteen days.
It takes about $35,000 to provision
such a squadron for the time men
tioned, but not a great deal of that
will be spent in Honolulu. The sup
plyshlp Glacier which has accompanied
the fleet from the Orient wlllfiiellver
up her stores to' the various vessels of
the fleet, and she herself will leave
here empty of cargo, carrying only
(Special Cable to The Star.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, February 1. The Senate committee on appro
priations has restored the Item of $125,000 In the deficiency bill, for expenses
of the Immigration commission. ,
NEW YORK, February 1. Pugilist Johnson has been Indicted for an as
sault on a negro In a hotel. .
PARIS, February 1. A quarter of
want of food and shelter as a result
ON TO FINISH
Attorney Bitting stated this morn
ing that no appeal would bo taken
from the order of Judge Robinson de
nying a temporary Injunction to D. P.
R. Isenberg, Harry Armltago, Frank
E. Thompson and the Standard Tele
phone Company against the Mutual
Telephono Company. T hey would go
on to trial of the suit in tho Circuit
Court for a permanent Injunction.
NEW RICE MILL.
Tho K. Yamamoto Rico Mill Is tho
JargosC as well as the finest In the
Islands. All tho machinery Is of the
vory lutosf pattern. Tho famous
T.ongu Rice Is cleaned at this mill,
aro able to handlo consldornulo out
sldo particular work which they guar
such provisions as she needs herself.
From the Glacier the cruisers will
here take on most of the necessities.
The Glacier has enough frozen lresh
Australian and other meat aboard to
siipjrfy all the cruisers for the next ten
or fifteen clays, and sho also carries
nil the hard biscuit, flour and other
In Honolulu will bo purchased such
articles of diet as potatoes, onions,,
fresh fruits and vegetables.
The fleet takes aboard about 14,000
tons of coal here.
a million people are suffering for
of tho Hoods.
Tf 0 BIG
Two very large bonds deals were
consummated this morning,, and tho'
transactions were reported on tho
Stock fcxehango at 10:30 o'clock.
Involved In the deal were $200,000
of Olaa sixes and $200,00ir or Kohnla
Ditch sixes, Tho sales basis for tno
former was $95 and for the latter
$100. Tho deals, which woio Dotween
the same parties, showed ia dllforenco
of $10,000 in tho totals.
It Is stated that no more Oiaa bonus
will appear on fiQ market a'ftor to
day at $95. In fact, as thoy will bo on
tho open market and subject to the
usual buying and selling results,
tholr chances of an early approach to
par aro regarded as exceedingly good.
r-iiu Job Prlnune. Slur Oraot
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 1. The Insurgents have decided to support
all administration measures now before Congress, with the exception of the
ship subsidy bill and tho bill providing for a Federal incorporation law, up
on which measures the insurgents are not agreed.
WASHINGTON, D. C. February 1. Tho New York delegation in Con
, gress has -.announced a policy of aiding the administration to carry out the
platform pledges of tho Republican party.
79 DEAD 42
. Associated Press Cable to The Star.)
PRIMERO, Col.. Feb. 1. Seventy-nine were killed intho cave-in in the
Primero mine of tho Colorado Iron and Fuel Co., yesterday. Forty-two bodies
have been recovered.
SEOUL, Feb. 1. Rioters of South Phongan have murdered the Japanese
and Korean officials and burned the government buildings. Ten rioters were
killed In the attack.
150,000 ACRES FOR
ALASKA COAL RESERVE
(Associated Press Cable to The Star.J.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 1. A
to set apart 15,000 acres as a national
(Associated Cress CabU to The Star.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. I. W. E. Purcell will bo seated as a Senator
from North-Dakota to succeed Fountain, whoije resignation was caused
tnrough illness. j
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by taking advantage of tho special
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday bar
gains at Sachs Dry Goods Co. Con
sult Sachs' ad today and note the at
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bill, has been introduced In tho House
coal reserve In Alaska.
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