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VOL. XI. NO. 4108.
12 PAQES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, 8ATURDAY, JANUARY, 2, 1909. 12 PAGES.
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STOP LAND EXCHANGE
Banonica Wins $1800$6065 For
On Hilo Race Track
Special by Wireless to tlio D u 1 1 o 1 1 n) tt
1111.0, Hawaii, January 2. (Tltyiirko'n Uunonlcn captured 11800 tt
fur her owner at tlio IIoolulu Park races yesterday afternoon, annex- tt
ing mo merchants- swcepstaKcs tv:iuu; wmi case, and later trio 3-4
mile, fruo for-all. ,
Tlio first urcnt of the day, tlio 1-2 mile purse raco for Hawaiian
liretl horses pursu $100 was won by Klclio by a none, Willis iii.
The other places wcre'lakon by Hlln horses.
The Merchants' Sweepstakes were captured ly O'ltourku'H llan
onlca. ' llrughclU's Harry Ilurnt. Ollison driving, enptured thu 1260 purse
In tho free for all pace.
Horner's Major Collier panted off tho $250 pnrso In tho ono mile
for Hawaiian bred stock.. '
Uanonlca took tho money In tho fifth event of the day, tho 3-4
mile free-for-all ($200).
Major Collier proved the lucky one In the last nice of tho day,
the 3-4 mile, Hiiwnllan-lued event, carrying off tlio. $100 pnrso.
Tho 1-2 nillii .lupanoro hwecpstako, and tlio hurdlo races wore not
run. there being no entries. ,
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Uencral orders for the annual cat
campment of the National Guard
have been Issued fiom tho Adjutant
General's office. Tho orders, which
are dated December 31, 1908, glvo
tho whole data of the encampment,
they nro as follows:
1 The officers und organizations
of tho National Guard of Hawaii des
ignated In paragraph 3 hereof, and
such othor oftlcers nnd enlisted men
as may hereafter be dpslgnatod In
orders, will go Into camp at Moana-
ua for live days from February 18th.
o and Including February 22nd, I
iu mm iuuuu.iis ""' -"'".,,, ) il, ,,.il m,
1909 for the purpose of partlclpat.th Kgt ,nfllntry
lug with tho Regular troops Jn such .
maneuvers and Instruction as may bo 6 The uniform will bo service. In
prescribed by Major Samuel W. Dun- ldlng the oveicoat. nnd tho eom
nlng, 20th United States Infantry. 'i""1'1"1"11 detachments will bo arm
who Is requested to assume command ttn,i equipped as prescribed by (a)
of tho Territorial troops in camp, and m"1 " of Paragraph 132, and (a)
to whom tho commandlnB ofllccr of ' Paragraph 133 of the negulatlons
the First Infantry will report upon of 10 War eparment for the or
his arrival at Moannlua. iganlzed mllltla (except as to.nmmu-
2 The commandlng-dmccr of the' "Won and uitlons). In addition t)
First Infnntrv will mobilize his com- 'cl' ciiulpment, mosquito nets will
mand at Honolulu nnd proceed so ns
to be at Moanalua at 8 o'clock on the
morning of Fobrunry 18th, 1909,
3 Tho officers nnd organizations
to participate In tlio encampment are
a Field officers, First Infantry; I
b Ileglmental Adjutant, Quarter-
-J0nJr)ii5n" Otarsdird Cash .Duty
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master,- Commissary and lion
commissioned sturf, First Infan
try. - "
c Uattallon Adjutants, First In
d Companies X, n, C, D, E, T, G, I,
and Ij, First Infantry:
e Hospital Corps Detachments at
tached to tho First Infantry.
Hi Companies and Hospital Corps.
Detachments on tho Islands of Hawaii
and Maul will be provided with
transportation, and will proceed so
nu tn iiHutltn lfr tfnnnliilit am I a snnftvn
, f Feljr m, M am, the
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G Commanding officers will
pare payrolls In duplicate and
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them In the Adjutant Goneral s office
not later than February 17th, 1909.
Requisitions will bo made upon Trie
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are recognized everywhere as
the STANDARD of ELE
GANCE and REFINEMENT in
They are tailored in the lat
est New York fashions, but
never , FLASHY or OVER
DRAWN distinctly and de
tt" Italian Consul Schacfor
tt nounccs that the subscriptions tt
tt for tho sufferers 'from 'the tils- tt
tt aster in Southern Italy have tt
tt reached $C065.7C. Doth business tt
tt flrmB and prhato individuals havo tt
tt contributed to this fund, which tt
tt Is still growing apace, tt
- Company Has No
tt "The O. II. ft L. company has tt
tt io signed contract with tho Gov- tt
tt eminent authorises for tho haul- tt
tt Ing of freight to Pearl Harbor," tt
It stated D. F. Dillingham this morn- tt
tt Ing. "Wo havo been transport- tt
tt Ing freight for tho naval people tt
tt for some tlmo past, and will un- tt
Undoubtedly contlnuo to do so In tt
tt tho future. Thero has been no tt
tt reason for a contract so far, but tt
tt wo oxpect to sign ono ultlniate- tt
tt iy." , tt
tt This statement. Is In dlroct con- tt
tt tradtctlon with tho quotation in tt
tt the morning paper. Mr. Dllllng- tt
tt ham stated that the O. R. ft I,, tt
Tt Company bad a signed contract tt
tt with the government for tho tt
tt transportation M freight to Lei- tt
tt lehuc. but not to Pearl Harbor. tt
tt U Tonney Pock, of tho Itnpld tt
tt Transit Company, repeated his tt
tt statement that no figures from tt
tt that company for tho transports- tt
tt tlon of freight' to Pearl Harbor tt
tt had been submitted. tt
ED. FERNANDEZ WILL
First Practice Willie
tt IMwln Fernandez will captain tt
tt the Alllilawallan ba'soball team tt
tt In Its series of games against tho tt
tt Reach Club All-American aggro- tt
tt Ration. At n meeting hold this tt
tt noon of tho special committee, tt
tt appointed by tho league to got tt
tt things Into running order, Fer- tt
tt nandez was chosen 'captain and tt
tt manager. . it
tt Things will now move along tt
tt with a rush, If tho new captain tt
tt can possibly make them, The tt
tt first practice will bo. hold on tho tt
tt leaguo grruuits Monday afternoon tt
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Editor Kvcitjhg. 1) u 1 1 o 1 1 n : tural classln Hawaii. I also made
We are alreodyfln thft midst of an J,,e rumcnt that oxtendlng tho
im.,., .. J -i-i. r..(., i. benefits of a eoffeo tariff to the Phil-
imtmrtant yoar'of legislative wore i.., ... ,A . .x. t-,,.
for Hawaii at Washington. , 'p,,lnof wu'd nel1 lih,e ,"" ' no
The public tariff hearings, which,! .'? '" m0,r" 'han. l"iion "
were held on .hort notice and an-1 BUMo. fa Z h" , L" "wS
nounced'a. limited to a very short "' . J".!? ..l !' ' ""
tlmo, were fragmentary nnd generally
unsatisfactory; the extended hearlnrs , . ,,'
will probably be limited to the most rejHr ,V ., .' fc . , , .
Important commodities. I .. Ca,b tehe. already ad-
, .J .. . , i .'vised- the community of the dec slon
Zl.Z ZZJ Tu ot lh0 TreaUfy Department to dli-
S!. 17n JlnlSr "srPi 1h I tontlnue " ffort to change the Fed-
hat will benefit ourlfawa Ian Indus- b d. , h
ry and give ourgrper. better pn.. secretary In ad-
tectlon.agalnst thrfortlgn producers. v,ng ,he p.. , nd;ancB of
t.nVS- a ....ii n.Jn,' arrival that I would perobably
I .hall also do everything po.lb.e ' , c any-w ln tlle
to securo a tariff on coffee, and there ' ',, .. . ....X. .... '.'.,.
VUS IV VVUUI 1 'Vllttl IllUf uu
Imposed on Cof(e'.
I(ee. It thl
ot be pln
I: done, J
how.,.r. IJ wl1ot b. pVlmarlhr.toal
the protection of Hawaii and Porto
tlco, but becauwr additional revenue
Is needed for tho Treasury. I hav
therefore. In my brief filed with the
Ways and Means Committee, mado
my chief argument to show that'i
tariff on coffeeould Impose a small-
er Increase Of burden on the consu-
mer than would bo the case with any!
other commodlty.vat the same . tlmo
FOR FRAY WITH FERN
NEW BET OF RULES IS PREPARED,
WUL GIYE BOARD THE POWER TO APPOINT ITS
Next Monday will be the., great day
When the City and County of Hono-
lulu succeeds tho County of Oahu,
and the politicians are busy getting,
ready for the great event. The pres -
cnt Hoard ot Supervisors will hold
Its last meeting ot 10 o'clock In the
IF YOU WANT FRUIT ,.,
SHIPPED TO THE COAST
and want the BEST, leave your
orderwith us. -.
Island Fruit Co.,
work in. congress
building up a most desirable agrlcul
'"PProved b"y pu'bllc sentiment In Ho-
I U'llAlt T MMl.nJllt ltf..t.ll.M(M.
mp(,.n. j,..,,. ... i, JiS&JLi,,.
Bcnmcnt on this, quo.Uon. ,r t.
onco wcnt , tho TreMUry Department
aml ttn,ed tha fnclH ,nd ni, eU t)lit
tho pr0posed exchongo ba atven upj
when they failed to acres to this. I
frankly told thorn that I would defeat
tho novo In Congress If necessary,
When wo potnted out tho resulting
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THE ADOPTION OF WHICH
, forenoon to wind up its business, and
at noun the new Hoard will hold Its
first meeting, as pi ovlded by law.
Special Interest Is centered on the
J latter meeting, as It Is tn this that
Mayor Fern and the Republican mem-
I'ers of the Board of Supervisors will
first encounter each other,
That there will be a scrap Is as cer
tain as anything political can be,
Doth sides preserve absolute Alienee
uk to what their plans of campaign
are, nd would apparently like to
have It believed that thoy are not
preparing for war, but that there are
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A Watchword Of The
ROME, Italy, Jan. 2. Helena s altered a sli?ht shock of earthquake
today which caused a panic. The patients from Messina quartered iu the
hospital at Aosta were slightly injured by falling walls.
The Pone estimates that the additional information received will,
bring the total deaths up to 200,000.
The ruins will be dynamited.
The weather is stormy and pneumonia prevails so that the condition'
ot the people is serious.
The survivors are permanently abandoning the ancient cities of Met"'
sina and Reggie
PEKIN, China, Jan. 2. Yuan Shi
offices at Nantung. It is probable that
the offices of Comntroller of Customs
attributed to a Manchu plot.
'CbLUKaUJ,,OhiofrJanv.i. The Republican, caucus of tha.Xpgjla.
s tndaV stlecttB' Cowgrtsiman Brfrtnn as the nartv nominee for Sena-
to succeed Senator Yoraker.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 2.
lion dollars for the relief of the Sicily sufferers at th? session Monday.
STEVENS' ASSASSIN SENTENCED
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif,, Jan. 2.
killing Japanese Counsellor Stevens,
yean in ban uuenun.
ST. PETERSBURG. Russia, Jan.
500 Scientists Here
Probably not less than five huudred
scientists, will be In the party thai
will attend the Convention ot "tin
American Association for the Ad
vancement of Science to be held hero
during the summer ot 1910. Tho
number above, named may bo Increas
ed It proper transportation arrange
ments can be made.
At a meeting at the University
Club this noon, at which President
A. B. Qrlfflths, D. h. Van Dine, and
Albert F, Judd were present, plani
for the coming ot tho visitors wero'zatlon.
Kai lias been ordered to vacate tbe&jj
a successor vill be appointed for 5
and Councillor. The chances are ft
Congress will apnronriatc half a mil
Chang, the Korean convicted cf .
was today sentenced to twenty-five
JOHN IS DEAD
2. rather John, the famous priest,
discussed. It was decided that no
definite nteps could bo taken until,
word has been rccehed from Dr. L,!
O. Howard, who Is permanent secre
tary of tho Association.
The commttteo also decided that It
would bo better to wait tor tho re
turn of Governor Frear, who Is chair-,
man of the temporary local organiza
tion. In the meantime all possible
data concerning hotel accommoda
tions, transportation facilities, etc..
twlll bo gotten together, proparutorj
io me meeting oi me local organi-
New Lot of
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