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VOL. XI. NO. 4231.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1909. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
CALIFORNIA TAKES BACK ALL IT
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SACRAMENTO. Calif., Feb. 10. The Assembly has adopted the
usolution to withdraw the resolution calling for the segregation of the
Japanese pupils in the public schools, and rescind the previous action.
This eliminates the last action antagonistic to the Japanese taken by the
$136.825.190 for Navy
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 10. The Naval Bill has been reported
to the Senate. It carries an appropriation of $138,825.199., creates the
office of Vice Admiral of the UnJlcl States Navy, and provides for a
commission to report on the establishment of a naval base in California.
Tatt Is Elected
WASHINGTON. D. C . Feb. 10. The electoral vote of the States for
the offices of President and Vice Pies!dcnt of the United States was count,
cd today and the election of Taft an 1 Sherman formally announced.
HENEY IS ILL
SAN FRANCISCO. Calif.. Feb. 10 l'n-cr t(r Hcncy was ill today
and the processings in the trial of Patr.'k Cclhor.n were postponed for
WILL RECEIVE TAFT
NEW ORLEANS, La., Feb. 10. Great prcnarations arc being made
for the reception of the Taft party, which is to arrive from Pauaraa on
GETS PHILIPPINE POST
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. 10. Newton Gilbert of Indiana has been
nominated Secretary of Public Instruction for the Philiopines.
EDWARD, BERLIN'S GUEST
BERLIN, Germany, Feb. 10. King Edward was today entertained
as tho guest of the municipality.
DEMOCRATS FAVOR T0LL1TZ SAYS
HIGHER SCHOOL TAX PRICEJVILL RISE
Important Matters Are'.New York Sugar Price Is
At tin.' Democratic caucus last even
ing thu mutter of bureaux "f convoy
unco fur each cuuiit mid election of
County Assessors uiul Approval IIohiiIh
In tho plan In vogue In New Mexico
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There is more to tho cut of the Trousers than most men
imagine; in PARAGON trousers, there is a distinctiveness
that men know and like.
They arc pre-shiunk, correctly tailored, nnd rightly
priced. Let us show you some of our fine Spring trousers.
THE KASH CO., LTD.
CORNER OF FORT and HOTEL STS.
Tho present low prlro of law su
Kiir In the New York market Ih arti
ficial unit an advance, may lio expect'
ed at nny niopiont.
TIiIh Ik tin) Hint of n cablegram ie
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Two 12-Ineh Guns Will
Complete the Pearl
RIFLES PROTECT THE
NAVAL STATION PLANT
Heavy Ordnance Will Be Transported
to Pearl Harbor by Rail Gov
ernment Lines Now Ex
tend To Works
With tlio arrival of tlio two twelvo-
Incli guns tliat tho hark Mohican Ih
lirliiKlni; here, all of tho armament fur
tho I'earl Harbor fortifications will lip
on linncl. Tlio platforms to receive (ho
guns uro now iiniler way, and liy thu
1 1 mo tho iirilnanco arrives, will proli
alily Imj In readiness.
The guns nil) ho unloaded nt the
rallioad wharf, ami will then go di
rectly to Pearl llarhor. hclim unload
ed at tho kIIo of tho fortifications. An
fur an I'imlon tho trip will ho made
over the lines of the (). It. & I... thenco
over tho private rallioad of tho Hono
lulu Plantation Company, ami then
unto the government lino.
So clone In tho defenses has tho gov
ernment lino been hiillt, that It has
hocn founil necessary to niovo several
yards of track In order to get down
tho concreto foundations whlrli will
pnpiKirt tho guns.
The two twelve-Inch guns which tho
Mohican Ik bringing, nro thlrty-flo
fet In length and flro a projectile
neighing 10." u pounds. Kach discharge
means tho liurntng of 2.r0 poniidH of
H)wdor, and any ship trying to enter
tho harhnr would ho annlhlliited be
foro It had inndo RUlIlcleiit progress
to Jeopardize tho Naval .Station build
Jiiut as noon an tho guns nro In place
tho Knglneor Corps men will turn
their attention In other directions,
tlioro being no other armament con
sidered under the pit-sent project.
An appropriation hill In now hoforo
Congress, provhllng fur tho oxpemll-
ttiro of a largo mini of money for tho
lurthcr fortlllcntlou of (tin Hawaiian
Inlands. Should tho hill heeotno u
law. It Ih considered not unlikely that
nt least u portion of tho money may
ho expended 'In tho further equipment
of tho Pearl llarhor fortH. Should such
lio tho rano, oen hcnvlnr guns than
H1030 on tho Mohican will probably
The meeting called hy tho trustees
of tho Chamber of Commerce met nt
:i o'clock this afternoon. Only a
fe wmemuers wcro present nt that
Tho (iovemnr has given permission
lo all tho heads of Departments to
eloso their oftlces on tho anniversary
of Lincoln's lllrthday.
A lady's hanglo was founil. Hce,
$5 a Year
023 FORT STREET
FOR BRECKONS' JOB
Few Lawyers Avoiding
Falling Mantle Of
U S: Attorney
ODDS APPEAR TO HE UPON
PROSSER AND RAWLINS
Timing's Backers Arc Expectant But
Their Chances of Getting the
Plum are Thought to Be
Upon whom will the mantle of
Itohcrl V llreckont fall' This In
the Intcit question to agitate tho le
gal profession, unit manj wild guoss
es are Hying around today, while cei-
tnln lawyers try to look unronsclnti.
when tho matter Is mentioned Kor
It appears to ho definitely settled tint
llreckons la nut of It and that If hi.'
ifslgnntlou has not nlio.idv gone ':.
It will go ns soon in he receives lint
expected letter from Washington.
Although tho frlenili of the I'nlted
States District Attoiney express niui.li
set row on Ills account that tho affnlr
has turned out as It has. thn chief ox
presslon of regret seems to lio that
tho man who is victorious Is Thwln::
that Is, that Thwlng should lie Hie
apparent victor, for nobody believes
that thn elcrgymnri Lv thu real win
ner. Ho Is gonornlly nrrnunlcil tin
catspaw selected hy the more power
ful enemies of llreckons to pull their
chestnuts out of tho fire. It he won,
so much tho bettor for then). If lie
fulled, ho would bo tho gnat and hnvo
to hear tho blame.
The name of almost every nttor
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BOLTS I OK DOOR
When Recaptured Falls
To Floor In
After his attnrnojs had finished their
argument for tho defense, and whllo
tho prosecution was having Its last
words, (leorge Kalclklnl, charged with
thu murder of his wife, Jumped from
his chair and bolted for tho door tills
morning. II T. l-ako ami William
Itawllns started after him and recap
tured him beforo hu got out of tho
When brought back to his chair Ka
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72 S. KING. PHONE 15.
If You See It
make up your mind it is a boy from
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NEW SHIPMENT OF HIGH GRADE, IMPORTED
SPRING MATTRESSES, FOR WOOD OR IRON BEDS,
J. Hopp & Co.,
185 KING ST.
NODLES WILL TOIL
IN BUBBLING CRATER
Islam Temple Will Visit
BY BOILING LAVA PIT
Neophytes Will Walk the Hot and
Jagged Rocks Instead of the
Burning Sands, But Real
How n within tlio crater of Kilauea,
Islam Temple, Ancient Arabic Order
of the Mystic Shrlno. will hold Its cer
emonial session In October next Tho
nobles plan to charter u steamer mid
make ho trip to llllo In stnto. ratten
ing up tho unlucky victims In anticipa
tion of their fate In tho ravenoui maw
of the file demon
Iho Potentate of Islsm Temple has
asked Alolia Temple lo participate In
tho Jo fill sacrifice, and hy thu Ala
meda this morning there went n letter
Iroin Potentate Uoe.kus, assuring tho
San Krnneibco Nobles that Aloha will
be on hand when tho time comes,
The Idea of having thu ceremonial
t-estlon In tho Volcano's crater orlH-
(lilted with .1 8. McfandlosH Islam
Temple seized upon the suggestion
with glee, and at onco bj-gun making
tho necessary arrnuReuicnts.
Tho present plan Is to li.ivo Aloha
Temple charter a steamer hero and
proceed to llllo. arriving at tho Ha.
wnll metropolis In time to greet tho
visitors from ucross tho sea A lovo
feast will then hu held, and every ef
fort will bo mado to get tho neophytes
Into tho proper frame of mind to enjoy
tho festivities planned In their honor.
It Is hollovctl that tho Idea of being
Initiated Into tho solemn mysteries of
Iho mystic shrine will meet with gen
eral favor, and tlmt I dim Tomplo will
have moru applicant:! lor degrees than
she can handle Kor years fertllo
brains have been taxed to think up
exciting trials and tribulations for tho
I daring ones, ambitions to wear tho red
i fez, but It Is believed that tho Kllnuca
Initiation will make nil preceding tunc
tlous of tho sort pale Into Insignific
ance NUUANU VALLEY LOTS
BRING JOOD PRICES
Two lino building lots up Nuuanii
valley, lying between tho old and tho
now pall roads, were sol I nt public
auction by Superintendent Campbell
this noon lor vory satisfactory flguret,
Tho larger of tho two lots, containing
37,100 s.'tiaro feet, went to Uio Ha
waiian Trust Company for J13I0. Tho
Hawaiian Trust Company was also tho
successful bidder on tho second lot.
containing Ifi.nin squaro feet, which
sold for 70S.
Mr Hwahli, for many jears rntter
with H Uoth of this tlty, has accept
id n position with 1.. II, Kerr & Co,
Burk Mohlcun I3retik Tow Hawser
And Drifts Help!ess--Must Oous
In Hurricane and Adds To
Confusion Bij; Guns
Laden with the two twe le tin 111
guns which will form the clilef .urn
..inenl of the I'earl Harbor forlllK ,
llnnu flwi Aiitortfftii Imptf Mlililr.ill'
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floundered around In Iho teeth nf a!
hurricane, pracllcnll helpless, on Sat '
unlay afieruiKin last. Standing b,'
anxious to gle help hut unable to up '
proacb owing to the mountainous seas,
was the Matson Navigation Compim '
big liner l.urllne
A wireless messago was this morn-
ic N. 1 1 Jy i
THE MATSON LINER LURLINE
Which Had a Fight With the Sea While Towing the American Bark Mo-
hican Tow Line Broke and Both Ships Were Endangered
lug received from tho l.urllne via the
I' H. Army transport Hlieildan. telling
of tho happening.
Tho Mohican left San 1'ranclsco In
tow of the l.urllno mid struck lough
weather nlniost fnmi the start. Satur
day proved n specially bad dav and
considerable troublo was experienced
Finally, when tho gale was nt Its
height, tho tow lino broke, and the
"wind jammer" was practically help
less. In thu battle with the elements
which ensued, a mast was lost and
lo mid to tho confusion, the deck be
came ,i mass of tangled rlKKiug
Famous Case Argued At
Length In supreme
Or Atcherley will prohibit know
tomorrow morning whether he Is to
go to the Insane asvluni or be released
to continue his former manner of life
with tho sanction of the law The
famous ease was argued on I unrli-
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'Tor the Outside Man, this wet
weather" wc have just received a
new lot of shoes made especially to
our order of tough Willow Calf, with
a heavy double Viscolized sole.
For the man who needs protection
from the damp, our advice is:
"Get a pair and do away with Shoo
Worry, This Wet Season."
PRICE $5.00 and WORTH MORE
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 FORT ST
"The Place To Buy Shoes"
In lie- meaiiiliin llu I in Hie- was
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Hill tlllt llllllble III dn ,illlllliu I"' I
, u,(i ,,,, it.ni ,,, , f( ,
me iiniiiiiu ,
All through the n'ldn I'm- m.iiiikIi 7t
Mohlt.iu eoutlniieil lni llt-bi nitli tbo j'
waves, her olllrers mid en w nut I now '
lug what the oiitinnie wmil I be To 3
mid to the l inm-r then i, ih mu
Rli it guns nil hoard II it in ,n,:il
tinni llleh lushing ' "" tni" Hint
loriucd the b.uk'n gienu -i dim. as
file of tll guns plniiuliiio .nound I'Swn
would have kuocki d a led, through
her oaken rldts Ihroiuh whuh i li
water would luue ioiiied in tmu ms.
Sunday morning the ma ijnli led
down u little, and Captain Wndn of
the l.urllno was able In make mw
line rust agiln. and Hie Inleii upleil
joiirue) was eonllnii'd.
The while .s slales that the l.urllno
and Ixr tow ,m making iiboui lo
l.nnls and i-boubl nirlvi Inn- on Tues
The Mohican a wooden iiiit of
?,r tomi ami w.i, bum tti l1" .
L . IH. -, '3g
TUG MAKEE BUGS
BOAT FROM MOLOKAI
Rumored That She Had
Gone lo Christmas
'I he t( anier I. it h M ,1,
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eau.ed a i:oud manv u si i dm
watrrfi ml on it mint nl liei
Ifetnl dip, ii Inn lu,t Jtihu in.
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liaek n mi In r loinm sin
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