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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T II. MONDAY, FED. 8, 1909.
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VOYAGE OF LIGHT
HOUSE FLEET ENDS
Kukui Reaches Golden
Gate and Will
SAX 1'RANCISCO. Calif.. Jan.'jG.
After n voy.igu of 14,331 miles, six
of Undo Bain's new irwelii bolonglng
to the lighthouse flrot en me Into port
yisterdny to bo UBed In service In
these waters. Tlioy como In com
mand or Captain Albert Mertz, U. S.
Navy, who acted as uilnilrnl of the
llttlo Itotllla. Captnln Mertz reports
that tho o)ngo was uneventful and
that the time mado was good. Tho
only rough weather was encountered
along tho Mexican coast, and as they
approached San 1)1 ego they saw an
Tho flotilla consists of three light
house tenders nnd three lightships.
Tho tenders are the Manzanltn, Cap
tain llarron; the Sequoia, Captain
llowman, nnd the lvtlkul, Captain Pe
terson. Tho lightships aro tho Colum
Lin, .'o. 88, Captain llrooks; the
Swiftsuro. No. 93, Captain Phillips,
and the Kellef, No. 92, Captain Wal
tott. They will be located as follows:
Tho Sequoia and tho Ilcllef are to be
stationed nt this port; the Manzanltu
and tho Swlftsure go to Puget Sound;
the Columbia Is to gri to tho Colum
bia river, and tho Kukul Is to go to
These vcsucls wore constructed at
Camden, N. J, nnd left Now Yoik
Sept. 21, They wero three and n halt
dajs making the voage up from San
Diego, The Nesseltr traveled under
their own steam as far as Callao.
From that point to tho Golden Gnte, a
distance of 1,47A miles, tho lightships
were towed by tho tendeis.
There will lie n meeting nt tho Ad
tentlsl Church, on Klnau street, this
evening at 7 30 o'clock. A number
nf missionaries fiom China, Japan,
nnd Korea will address tho meeting.
A special Invitation Is extended to
all Interested in missionary work.
BIG FIGHT FOR
Demonstration to Impress
Olympla (Wash.), January 29.
Workers In behalf of tho local option
bills now boforo tho Legislature aro
making arrangements far n great
tempcranco meeting hero Monday af
ternoon and evening, to be addressed
bv EvnngellBt "Utlly" Sunday. It Is
planned to bring excursions from Ta
coma, Seattle and other cities In tho
effort to Impress the Legislature that
thero Is a strong public sentiment de
manding n, local option bill.
Sunday Is coming from Spokane In
a special train with a large delega
tion from that city. It Is expected
that ho will address tho public meet
ing of tho House Judiciary Commit
tee called for Monday evening to
consider local measures, and also
speak on local option at several mass
meetings to he held In the theater.
Los Angeles, Jan. 0. Tho telegra
phono is to supercede tho telegraph
over tho entire Santa Ko s)stem, ana1
installation on n section of each grand
division Is now in progress. Accord
ing to General Manager Wolls, several
years will be required to extend it all
aver tho complete Hjstem, hut this Is
to be gradually done.
Tho particular section on the West
coast where tho plan Is to bo first
tried out has not been definitely lie
lormlned but a soon as a decision Is
'reached tho Installation will bo made
nnd n section of 100 mites on cither
L the San Joaquin Valley or Los Ango-
les division will bo using telegra
phones within tho next few months.
Trains will be equlpred with the
necessary Instrument!) to cut In ut any
desired point, and all blind sidings,
meeting places, switches, etc., will be
arranged for communication with sta
tions. Tho adoption of tho telegra
phones means a largo saving to tho
John I). Keldmann Is discovered In
Golden Gate park after laying uncon
scious for 43 hours.
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THREE MEN WHO FI0URE IN U. S.
SECRET SERVICE CONTROVERSY
Ileprescntatlvo Pciklns of New York Is chairman of tho special Houuu
Committee to consider the state ment In the President's messagoj con
cerning the law which denies the Treasury Department tho right to
lend Secret Service men to other Departments to uncover crimes
against the Govcmmont. The President's remarks stirred some of
tho membors of Congress to anger, nnd the Incident Is likely to he
followed by BOine lively debate. This group comprises Heprcsenta
tlvo Perkins, who called for tho aupolntmcnt of the commltteo;
William J. Hums, tho Secret Service man who ran down tho Sail
Francisco grafters and the land swindlers, and Krnncls J. Ileney,
tho Ban Francisco prosecutor, who was shot whllo tiylng a case 'u
court. It Is the flint picture taken of Mr. Ileney after tho shooting
and shows him with his head b atidaged to protoct tho wound
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