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Boots: 14s. 7d. owt.,
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Ther. mln., 70.
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Wind, 12m., 14 KB.
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HONOLULU, HAWAII, MONDAY, JANUARY 8, 1912.
RACE SI mn
E IN JUNE
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' W. H. Stroud, ono of the cnthuslas- east, resulting in the northeast and
tic group that exploits the yacht Ha-'southeast trades.
v.u ,o i ... t I "As the limits of our trade wind ex-
wail, has prepared the following ar-' , ,
tend from about 8 degrees north to
euull!Ia lu m.uw vu, vuwujuijauuu about 33 dcgrccs nortll wc nat,trall.v
yacht raco should bo sailed not later nnd its highest development midway
than Juno 15. Mr. Stroud says: between the- two, just as wo find the
"In taking up this subject my aim swiftest part of a river current in mid
will bo to show that the northeast stream.
trade wind, In which four-fifths of this I "Having arrived at the conclusion
race is sailed, is more favorable to a that the sun's heat Is the cause of our
NOT CHANGED STATU
(Associated Press Cables to the Star.)
WASHINGTON, January 8. The gubernatorial
situation is unchanged by Kuhio's charges except
a possible delay of a month in reappointment f
SALOON KEEPER TESTIFIES AGAINST
In the police
Jonah Cummings, a chauffeur, charged
qulok passage In early Juno than in trade wind, let us see how it Is affect- jWith furious driving waived cxamlna
3tfly ,? cd b' the sun's change in declination. L anfl demanQcd'a j Ho
, Cause of Winds. "The following table Is an extract wl1 t u
"In the first place, wo know that from the American Nautical Almanac M hopez 8llnllar,y CharBod Was
winds aro.caused by differences of at- for 1910, Greenwicl, noon, showing the flne(1 $J5 ana cost8 He damagcd tho
mospheric pressure, which are them- sun's declination on the 21st of each' automobllo ot lanche MaPtln at the
Bcitus uau-cu uy uiueitsiiuea ui ium- luuiiiu, u.m uiao its u.uuhu ... Waikikl Inn. Lopez Was brought Ollt
perature. The atmosphere, like other, tion in tho twenty-four hours follow-1
of jail, where he is serving a sentence
.gases, is very elastic and highly com- Ing, or from noon of the 21st to noonjfop erauezziement, to face the present
prossible, expanding when heated and of the 22d. 'charge. He will work out the line at
contractinc when cooled. From our Noon. March 21 Declination: 00
observations of experiments with hot-(deg. 00 min. 04 sec, 4N; change in 24
air balloons, we know that heated air hours. 23 mln. 41 sec, equals 23.7
rises, or, rather, Is forced up by the nautical miles toward north,
lateral pressure of the surrounding "Noon, April 21 Declination: 11
the expiration of the prison sentence
Jean Gomard, charged with assault
and battery, was discharged.
Fred Miller, charged with gross
cheat, In that ho did secure a loan of
cooler and heavier air which rushes iu dog. 39 mln. 08 sec, 4N; change in 2 J $io from Dick Sullivan on a forged
to replace it. This principle Is exactly hours: 20 min. 23 sec. North. check WM gent to Ja for flve
the cause of winds. The atmosphere! Noon, May 21 Declination: 20 deg. 'montns
ai it. .fj.i.. ii i. t n o 1 J r , At. nlnn t O A Iwm , i . I
ui iue eanu wiuuu uiu tropins, on uuu. uo itiui. tasin;,, vsi; uuuhbu j ' . jj munley and l. Erlckson wore
sides of the equator, being more under 12 mln. 13 sec, N. Irlmmnii with lioiririnir The former
U. S. District Attorney It. W. Dree
kons received cablo Instructions this
morning to the effect that tho letter
by which tho Mahuka site extension
condemnation proceedings were sus
pended has been revoked, and that he
is directed now to proceed with the
case In the Federal court here.
ON TO H0NAN
court this morning .money they had in liquor. They were
good fellows while they "had it."
Agrasia Bohol, charged with aggra
vated assault on a Chinese youth, was
sent to jail for twenty days.
Manuel Vasconcellos, charged wltb
assault and battery on a Japanese,
drew a fine of ?5, costs being remitted.
Ten gambling Japa were lined ?5 an-l
costs each, and sc,ontecn others, de
fended by W. T Rawlins, were dis
charged. Tho prosecution failed to
make out a case against the alleged
gamblers, ono of whom was Amimoto,
pardoned from jail on Christmas Day.
Tho defense was that defendants were
gathered together, not Tor the purpose
of gambling, but to participate at a
feast given In honor of tho cx-convlct.
This morning's arrests included Ng
Yin, assault and battery, and Lmu Wa,
riding a bicycle on the sidewalk.
There are now left in tho federal
immigration quarantine about seven
About five hundred Portuguese will
be released on Wednesday, If nothing
occurs iu tho meantime to provenC It,
ana on Tnursday unotner sixty or
seventy will bo turned over to tho
This will leave about a hundred and
rlfty on hand. Some of these aro con
tacts, some are suffering from disease,
and many of them aro convalescing.
They will bo released as soon as pos
was sentonced to fifteen days and tho
the direct rays of the sun, becomes j Noon, June 21 Declination:
neaiea, expanas, ana is lorceu oy iue ueg. mm. o-j sec, guuubu m atter to ten days on the reef Those
cooler adjacent airs which rush in to hours: OS sec. N. Reaches Tropic ot teslifled aga,nst the ,100r 'beggars
replace It, from the north In the north- Cancer. W0WJ. SttloonkeepoP jllnray Thompson,
crn hemisphere, and from the south In ! "Noon, July 21 Declination: 20 deg. 'j,... Beln nd Jack Scully. Do-
n .1 i. i i i . .... nt i or. 5 ov . .. l,. o I ' J
iue suuiuuin ueimsimuru, luweu, wUa- ou mm. .u-s,uu., o.. fendants arrived hero as stowaways
ing the trade winds; and the equator- hours: il min. 32 sec. 3. (Toward
ial region where they meet serves 'as a the south.)
sort of cushion where they are neu- Noon, August 21 Declination: 12
tralized, this region being called tho deg. 20 min. 07 sec, 3N; change in 21
doldrums, where there is little or no hours: 19 min. 53 sec. S.
wind. These winds, flowing from the) Noon, September 21 Declination:
high pressure belts In tho latitudes of 00 dog. 57 mln. 04 sec, 3 N; change in
the 30's toward the equator in both 24 hours: 23 min. 20 sec S.
hemispheres, aro deflected from their "Observe that when the sun reaches
natural courses by reason of the the vernal equinox in March Its declln
earth's rapid rotation from west to I (Continued on page Eight)
last Wednesday and spent what little
Governor Frear this morning signed
the death warrant of Nakamura Elg
rlo, a. Japanese who was convicted
last November of tho murder of Ka
osugi, also a Japanese. Tho execution
will take placo on the lGth of this
MOSQUITO INSPECTOR SENT TO JAIL
TIME AND BURNING GOAL HERE
Thero was a dearth of news around sumed by these vessels dally Is aston
tho fleet this morning. No official In-. Ishlng. even though they aro lying
..... . ... . , ,m i at anchor or at tho wharf. Tho five
tlraatlon has been received yet with , , , , A
' cruisers use about one hundred tons
regard to the sailing date. a d the averag0 belng about twenty
tho tons for each vessel.
Unofficially it Is stated Uiat
fleet will remain here until a treaty
has been signed between the repub-
This morning Admiral Thomas In
spected tho Maryland of the first dl-
The other ships of tho first
Means and the Manchu followers, or vision.
until It Is absolutely certain that tho, division tho California and tho
fighting is all finished. This, of ( South Dakota and the West Vir
course, can get no ofllclal indorse-. ginia, tho flagship of tho second dlvls
niont. i ion, will be inspected in duo course.
Tho Glacier Is still here. When This takes place at an unexpected
sho will leave again no ono can say hour on an unknown day.
either. What Is keeping her hero has This morning the body of Ordinary
not yet been announced. Sho has Seaman Greer was laid to rest mi
given practically all her stores to tho , Nuuanu cemetery. Ho was accorded
fleet. . a naval funoral. Greer was on tho
The fleet will start In to coal again , West Virginia, and died yesterday
tomorrow. Tho amount of coal con- from anemia.
In the police court this morning
H. Nemover was fined $3 and costs
for having been drunk.
Defendant stated that ho had been
In tho islands thirty years and that
this -was his first appearance In court.
Kim You Tel and K Shlma, drunks,
were lined $3 and costB.
Pat Brady faced Judge MonBarrat
on tho s.anio old charge.
In tho past Brady has asked for
Judicial clemency on tho ground that
h0 might lose his job If ho was sent
to Jail. This eleemosynary Job was
introduced into the proceedings this
"Got a job?" asked Prosecuting OflV
"Yes," replied the boozy one, "nios
"Brady is unfortunate in hitting tho
boozo at inopportune times," solilo
"It Is his eleventh appearance on
" (Associated Press Cables to the Star.)
PEKING, January 8. Ten thousand revolutionists from Shen Shi and
Shen Sha have taken Shen Chow and are advancing on Honan.
National Democrats in Session
WASHINGTON, January S. The Democratic national committee has
failed to choose a location city for the convention. Baltimore is leading, with
St. Louis, Denver, Chicago running.
Bryan threatens to appeal to the people in his attempt to unseat Guffey
Another McNamara Arrested
NEW YORK, January 8. John McNamara has neen arrosted on a chargo
of dynamiting the Bank of Montreal at Westminster on September 14.
In San Francisco McNamara went under the aliases of McNab and Aus
tralian Mac. He has served a term for robbery In Australia.
Bad Weather Abating
KANSAS CITY, January S. Tho weather has abated In severity, tho
temperature having risen twenty degrees.
CHICAGO, January 8. Tho weather conditions here arc -slightly bofc
tor and thero is promise of warmer weather.
Immediately following the report
of tho grand jury last Saturday oxon
crating tho city and county attorney,
in which special reference was mado
to the habit of entering nolle prose
qtiles, tho prosecuting department of
tho city and county secured, before
Judge Whitney, two nolle prosequles
tho same charge," mused the court.1" extremely serious cases.
"I can't take a false step but what I A noII prosequi was entered in tho
I get pulled in," remarked Brady. ' caso of Isaac Ahoo, charged with hav-
They seem to be after mo all tho ins criminally assaulted a female
time." ! child under tho ago of fourteen years.
"That's because you get drunk all The case of Hookaaku, charged with
the time," exclaimed Brown. rape, was also nolle pros'd, while that
"I wasn't drunk," retorted Brady. "I ( of James Evans was 'continued for tho'
was leaving a friend's house where I term.
had been dining in order to go to my j Tho above mentioned matters wero
own house when I was arrested." ' the unsavory Art Theater cases
Tho arresting officer stated that J which made so much ot a sensation
when Brady was gathered in on Satur- some months ago.
day afternoon he, was lying dead drunk
on the sidewalk In front of the store
of C. Q. Yee Hop on King street.
"What have you got to say to that?"
"It must bo so It tho officer says so,"
remarked Brauy, satirically. "Per
sonally I don't know anything about
it I can assuro you."
Defendant was sentenced to flvo
days' Imprisonment, costs being remitted.
Stenographers Hold up Congress
WASHINGTON, January 8. Tho stenographers of the ways and means
committee are on a strlko against a reduction of wages. It embarrasses na
tional legislation and is the first lnstanco of tho kind In Its history.
A Bad Blizzard
PORTLAND, Ore., January 8. The blizzard is one of the worBt in tho
history of tho state. Wires aro down nnd trains blocked by the snow. Dam
ago by ico and snow amounts to $300,000.
AT CITY HALL
NEOLOGICAL BLAST FROM KANSAS
HITS THE HAWAIIAN CAPITOL
W. H. Kerr of Great Bend,. Kansas, Hell, Purgatory, Etc., Aro Purely Myth
lias, through somo unknown agent, leal, Having No Real Existence what
thought to start tho week well by edu. j evor lu Nature. This Church has Over
eating tho officials at tho capltol by 300 Enrolled Members in tho United
a publication 1 states and is Duly Organized and In-
God and corporated to Teach These Discoveries.
Ernst Heckel, tho Great Gorman Bio-
means of distributing
called "Tho Truth About
Life," tho Introductory paragraph of
which Is here reprinted:
""INTRODUCTORY A Cheerful
Creotlng and Best Wishes for a Long,
Happy, healthy and Wealthy Life to
All. This Little Educator 1b Distrib
uted by tho Church of Humanity to
Introduce to All Peoplo Kerr's Great
Discoveries in Nature That the Uni
verse Contains No Real God, That
Man Contains No Soul, and That Llfo
is Ended Forever In Each IVuson at
Death That All Gods, Saviors, Souls,
Saints, Devils, Spirits, Angols, Hoavun,
logist, Is a Membei of This Church.
All Aro Invited to Subscribe for This
Littlo Educator That. It May Como to
Their Homes Monthly to Teach Them
Thoso Wonderful Modern Discoveries,
nnd as Soon as Thoy Learn Them
They Aro Req'uosted to -Join tho C.
O. H. No Fees or Dues to Pay."
Tho troublo 1b, howovor, that tho
different officials aro so busy they are
unablo to profit by this pamphlet,
and thus is another humanitarian of
Governor Frear received word this
morning frorr, tho secretary of tho
American Civic Association telling
of a convention recently held In
Washington, tho object of which was
to form a Bureau of National Parks.
President Taft and tho Secretary ot
tho Interior expressed themselves as
being very much In favor of such a
Tho secretary ot tho Civic Associa
tion also told of his Interest In tho
proposition to establish a national
park at Kllauea, and thinks that. tho
formation of a bureau will materially
help this project.
TO CALL JURY ON
Attorney General Lindsay filed tho
proceedings rolatlvo to tho closing ot
Union and the opening ot Bishop
streets this morning. A Jury will bo
summoned to consldor tho advisabil
ity of this Improvement. It Is thought
that thero will be littlo difficulty In
Tho hearing of tho case, Woltors vs.
Judd, which bears on tho matter of
Bishop and Union strcota, and was lo
have boon hold this morning, was
postponed until tho ICth of this month.
Second Doputy Attorney Genoral A.
G. Smith will leavo tomorrow morning
for Kona, Hawaii, on a buslnoss trip.
Ho will return to Honolulu Saturday
FEDERAL GRAND JURY.
Tho federal grand jury mot this
morning, for tho first tlmo stneo be
foro tho holidays, to consider such
matters as might bo placed before it
by United States District Attorney
Breckons. It Is known that thoro aro
sovoral opium matters to como be
fore tho fedoral Inquisitors, and sov
oral Indictments for smuggling tho
I drug will probably be returned,
Tho tlmo of Judgo Whitney of tho
circuit court was taken up this nionv
ing with tho examination of accounts
ot guardians, oxecutors and adnlinls
trators of estates. All thoso submit
ted wero approved, as follows:
Tho first annual account of Jamas,
Our Destroyers Ashore
HAMILTON, Bermuda, January 8. Tho U. S. destroyer Paulding la
ashore at St. George's. The Drayton and McCraw are not accoountod for.
Two men aro known to have been drowned.
BROWNSVILLE, Tox., January 8. Thirteen have pleaded guilty to vio
lating of the neutrality laws iu aiding General Reyes' revolution.
Registration of voters approached
2100 this morning. A number of tho
new grand jury took tho opportunity
of being in tho building to havo the
Thero will bo a meeting of tho
board o't supervisors tomorrow oven'
Ing, when third reading of tho appro
prlatlon bill will bo la order, also the
deferred first reading of amendments
to tho building ordinance. Tho Nuu
ami avenue Job will likely como up
again, through a report of tho ways,
and means committee on a resolution
to voto $2.")00 additional for tho work
that Is, if tho chairman of tho ways
and means committee decldos It Is
worth whllo to bring In anything with
out tho advice and consont of "tho
B. G. RIvonburgh, tho mayor's sec
retary, was In Washington, D. C,
when last hoard from. Ho Is oxpected
homo on February 2
County Englneor Gero is out survey
ing on tho bolt road today.
A. Thompson, guardian of Amy Holono
Thompson, was approved, as wore tho
final accounts ot Trent Trust Com
pany, Ltd., administrator of tho os
tato of Tang Kara Cheong; 'front
Trust Co., Ltd., administrator of tho
estate of Alice Johnstono; Chostor G.
Livingston, administrator of tho os-
tato of Clifford E. Livingston; nnd tho
final accpunts of Barbara Tellos, ox-
ecutrlx ot tho estate ot Antonio T.
William A. Holl was appointed
guardian of the porson and property
gf Mullwal, a minor.
MONTREAL, January 8. Thirty-three were killed In the collision oa
tho Canadian -Pacific Itnilway at Tcrrobonno.
Bad for Traffic
, . DULUTH, January 8. Tho last sevon days' weather has been tho worst
.for railroad traffic oil record.
Brand New Statesmen
WASHINGTON, January S. Now Mexico's representatives wore seated
today amidst applause, ,
(Morning Cablo Uoport on Pago Twelve.)
DIRECTOR WALL EXPLAINS
RADICAL PARADE CHANGE
Director Wall ot tho Floral Parade
this morning stated to a Star roportor
that tho Floral Parado would bo start
ed from the Capltol grounds at about
two o'clock or half.past on Washing
Tho Idea of starting aftor lunch ap
pealed rather strongly to him. Ha
thought that It would bo a much bot
tor plan to havo everything carriod
out In tho aftornoon. Last yonr, for
Instance, pooplo wero not able to on
Joy themsQlvos thoroughly bocauso
thoy had to stay in the. hot sun at
With tho start at two or half-past
this would bo obviated. Pooplo would
bo ablo to pay mora attention to tho
decoration of thoir ours, and they
would not havo to got up bofbr day
light to do it, Tho wholo thing would
be gone on with 'in the aftornoon,
Judging and ovorythlng. Thero would
bo no neod to stop at all.
Mr. Wall would like to remind
thoso concornod that a rehoarsnl of
Plnaforo wtll-tnko placo at the Kilo
nana Art LotiKUo rooms tomorrow
ovonlng. A start will bo made at half-
past sovau, and Mr. Wall wants every
Alexander Field without their lunatics, QnQ (0 be- present,
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