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VOL. XI. NO. 423
8 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF JIAWAII, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1009. 8 PAOES.
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HONOLULU HONORS GREAT PATRIOT
Chanted By Children HOMAGE TO HONORED MEMORY
On one tilde Hie martini hosts - -'
stnlwnrt, prim, bronzed, armed with
nil tho modern Instruments ot ilcuth
mid iIcHtructlou cavalry nnd Infnn
tiy dressed In tho hcrvlco uniform
that Ih known nml respected tho
world over ns tho uniform of tho best
fighting men of any civilized coun
try, HtnndlnR rigidly at attention fac
ing tho Flag that hns so often led
them to victory; on tho other side,
facing I hem. n host or Kchool chll
il'cn, the girls clothed In pure while,
tho cinhtcni of penco and good-will,
(ho boys In their darker school-day
KiiltK thin wan tho unique gathering
at the (Joro near tho palace, a gath
ering Hint could not tie duplicated
anywhere ob-o in the world.
They were gathered there to do
honor to tho (treat Liberator, Abrn
hum Lincoln, the foremost President
of the United States, who wns born
In a little log cnhln one hundred
yearn ngo today.
Vhorecr the American King flics
the people nxxcmblcd today to honor
this man who holds a place In the
hearts of tho American Nation that
can never belong to any other. Hut
nowhere else, he It In the Slates or In
tho distant isles of the Kar Seas,
could bo found such a cosmopolitan
assemblage, nor a gathering so oxu
birant In Its manifestations of pa
triotism. On tho mainland tho Flag
and all that it represents nro institu
tions so old that the pcoplo show less
enthusiasm over the Stnrs and Stripes
ami look upon tho Constitution In n
mnttcr-of-fnet way, even though their
patriotism bo no lens gcnitlno nml
deep-iooted than that of Hawaii.
Hut It Is only n little more than a
decade since tho Ked, White, and
llluc tho Stars and Stripes became
the emblem of the freedom of Hawaii
nr well as of tho States of the main
land, and peoplo here nro not tinnat
urally a little more reverent in their
demeanor townrd tho King, a little
more effusive In their expressions of
adoration of the greatest of all tho
It was a picture that ran never bo
reproduced In words any inoro than
can tho cold blacks and whites of the
photograph give -any Idea of the real
Bicne, tho colors, tho toft air, tho
(Continued on Page 2)
WITH M STOCK
Was Nine Days And 20
Hours Coming From
Nino daH and twenty hours from
Seattle and experiencing moderate
weather, with the exception of a few
days, tho steamship Mlshoiirlnu, of the
American-Hawaiian Hue, Captain Ly
ons, arrived this morning and docked
at the railroad wharf. Kho did not)
discharge her cargo at once, but tho
iitevedores, who had assembled theiu,
wero Instructed to return heforo 1
o'clock, when they commenced to un
load lliOO tons of general cargo,
brought by tho freighter.
On board the Mlxxnurlan In llo
Mock, consisting of hulls ami heifers.
Tho animals, according to Dr. Nor
gnard, Hie Terrltoilal vclerluailair, aro
(he best that liavn ever been Imported
here. Tho nnlmnla wore, picked up by
I-:. V. Carter when ho wns Inst In tho
Stutes. They will bo shipped to tho
Tho Mlbsoiirlitu, after loading hero,
will leave for Kuhulttl, thence to Mo-
(Continued on Pace 4) ,
EAGER THRONGS IN
"Wlicio do nil tho people como
from?" was tho iiucHtlon on every
body's tongue this morning while
tho Lincoln Day fcxtlvllles wero In
pingrcss. Along the entire lino ot
march, while tho pnrndo wns pass
lug, tho sidewalks wero black with
people, and on the down-town strcots
there was tho usual amount ot strug
gling for vantage points from which
tc tlcw tho procession.
As the pnrndo passed up Kort
street picpntutory to turning into
Hotel, not only wns tho curb line
black with eager humanity, but
there wero struggling groups stand
ing In store-fronts, trying, from tho
slightly higher elevation, to look over
the heads of tho persons on tho side
Around tho (lovcrnor's rov'ewlng
btauil, humanity was pnu.ed like bar-
(Continued on Pace 2)
PATRIOTIC THOUSANDS OFFER PRESIDENT AT
HOME OF L
HODOENVILLE. Kv.. Feb. 12. President Rcoscvclt spoke today at
One Hundredth Anniversory of Abraham Lincoln's " exercises held in connection with layinB the cornerstone of the
t-..i j, -,. a a. rt i Jjincoin memorial lo oc enxieu un 1113 iiiiivum juiiii. xhk muuviw "
Birth IS th .Signal for Whole-Hearted Cetebra- bc an elaborate marble structure and will enclose the loir cabin in which
tion Banks and Business Houses Close Their Abraham Lincoln was born. Secretary of War Luke E, WriRlit and many
leaders 01 uic country were present.
Doors to Honor Nation's War-Time Chieftain
With one accord Honolulu's pupil
hue turned out today to celcbrnlo
tho one hundredth nnnlvcrsary of tho
birth of Abnihnm Lincoln. Tho
unanimity with which folk Joined In
WEATHER IS IDEAL
During tho ,nighl. nml the early
bonis of the morning, rain' fell In
multitudes along the line of march,
the ilny was little short of Ideal.
And the spirit of the weather was
the spirit in the hearts of the partici
pants. "Pence, perfect peace," was
the prevailing note on every hand.
His Son At
the celebration may hnvo been equal- torrents, nnd l( looked its though all
cdon somo former occasion; it has 'of tho plans for mi opcn-ulr dcnion
nevcr been surpnsscd. jrtratlon might go for naught. Shortly
Twns Lincoln Day In thought, act, after sunrise a balmy broozo dispell-
and deed, as well as in name. Tho t-d tho clouds, and when the time business bc closed In honor of Ltn-
nnnio of the grcnt martyr President tolled around for the procession to, coin's birthday met with universal
whb on every tongue and, with nil Mnil, (J lit Sol wnx doing his best to .satisfaction, nnd niter It) o clock
tho fcstlvo and exubcrnnt spirit, sustain Honolulu's reputation for I there was scarcely a ntoro In the
thero was an air of subdued solem- wenther of tho (jnidcn-of-Kilcti va-. down-town district open
nity about It till.
School children, to whom the llfo
story of tho great American Is but a
SPRINGFIELD. 111.. Feb. 12. The Lincoln celebration held here
'today was attended by British Ambusndor Bijce, Friiir-h Ambavwtdor
BUSINESS HOUSES CLOSE 'Jusscrand, William J. Bryan, and Robert Lincoln, ion or the martyred
The suggestion that nil places of President
rlcty. Kvcn heforo the announcement was
Had the weather man laid nut tho ninile Hint this was a legal holiday,
ilnv on lines Rnpclfldl b the commit- the lianklnc establishments hnd nn-
pretty bit ot history, Joined with tho 'tee In charge of the arrangements, , nnunccd their Intention ofvuloslng.
grizzled veterans who fought under lie could not hate mado a better Job and merchnntn quickly fell Into line
fltil At.i.'tt' fintnrs In itrilnt- hnnnr In nf If Knt trw, ll'nrni In Mliv tlin Kotllr ft III not onetl thrtr ktorpH At nil.
ii mime revered by nil loyal Amcrl-jmnrchlng Mildlcry discomfort, not too, while others hnd the doors open until !
cans. The day wns one ot spontn- cool to discommode tho watching! (Continued on Page 3) - I
NATION'S DEFENDERS PASS
BY IN MARTIAL REVIEW
GOVERNOR GILLETT'S EUL00Y
SACRAMENTO. Calif., Teh. 12. A joint session of the IcRjsJatyrc
was held today in honor of Abraham Lincoln. Gocmor Oillett deliv
ered an address in which he ciilojjiz'd' Lincoln.
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Garbed In their plain scrvlco uni
forms, which tell of prcpnrntlon for
fighting rather than for mere martini
display, the mounted and foot forces
of tho United States Army nnd tho
Nationnl (iunril of Hawaii mado n
brave show as they passed through
tho streets this morning, parading In
honor of the memory of him who was
the comiuuudcr-lu-chlcf ot ull tho Ar
mies and tho Navy of tho Federal
Government during tho great civil
conflict of 'fil-'fi.'..
Tho procession was scheduled to
sturt moving nl 9 o'clock. Just as
tho minute hand ot the clock reached
tho appointed hour, Major Dunning,
In chargo of the ceremonies, gave tho
signal to tho troops nxscmbled at the
corner nf Hotel street and Miller
street, and tho long lino broke into
A squad of mounted police rode
ahead of tho procession to keep tho
street clenr, hut there wns llttlo need
for their services. Kverjono was ton
much awed by tho display of armed
strength to enro to get In tho way
ot tho moving column.
Major Dunninc Ahead
Tho parade proper wns headed bjc.
Major Dunning of the Twentieth In
fantry and his pergonal staff. Mount
ed upon a spliltcil charger and clad
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in tropical servlco uniform of knhkl,
tho Mnjor looked tho embodiment ot
tho American soldier.
Next In line canto tho battalion of
tho Twentieth Infnntry from Kort
Shatter. The men wero uniformed
In Kalikl with tho servlco cap nnd
tho now-model, canvas puttee leg
gings, nnd they looked extremely bus
iness-like. Tho small boys, trotting
along the sldownlk, looked on in awe
btrlcken silence as tho stalwart sol
At the corner of Hotel nnd lllshop
xtrcctx, where tho column turned ma-
knl, tho crowd massed and there
wero remarks ot admiration as tho
battalion, marching In column of
squads, changed front and continued
on its way In "column of companies"
Thero was not a break in step as
tho men rounded tho corner and ev
ery brown Hprinflold was parallel
with that on either side.
Following Hut Infnntry came tho
mnrino battalion, commanded by Ma
jor ling. Heal horso marines, not
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the horse marines of story, wero In
line. Not only wan tho commanding
officer mounted, but tho members of
his staff as well, nnd tho old Joho
of the suilor on horseback was given
a xevcro hclliuck h t.io way In
which- tho officers Handled tholr
Marines Look Martial
Tho four companies of tho marine
battalion wero uniformed In kahkl
with campaign hat Instead of Bervlco
rap. With steps as regular ns clock
heats thirty Inches In length and
120 to tho minute tho sca-soldlcra
pawed, executing "squads right" at
the IlUhop street corner In perfect
In back ot tho marines camo tho
National Guard, Colonel Zleglcr In
command. Thero wero two full bat
talions In lino, tho second division of
tho troops being commended by Lieu
tenant Colonel Coyno.
Hut with all tho martial display
thero was nn unsatisfied expression
on tho faces of tho youngHtcrs, and
many a glance was dlrocted down tho
street. Just as tho last National
Guard company passed, a group of
olive-drub clad horsemen rounded tho
corner. "Tho cavalry!" was tho
whispered announcement, and a mln.
ulo later that .Veteran Indian lighter,
Major Foster of the Fifth Cavalry, fol
lowed by his staff, rodo Into tho
lino of vision. Thero was u flutter
(Continued pn Page 3)
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TOKI0 Japan, Feb. 12. 'Baron Komura gave nn elaborate dinner
trday to commemorate the alliance between Japan and Great Britain. v
TOKIO 18 SAT
T0KI0, Japan, Feb. 12. General satisfaction is expressed heir over
the result of the Legislature's action at Sacramento,
BERLIN. Germany. Feb. 12.-
andra returned to London today.
-King Edward VII and Queen Alex-
For Murder and
SANTIAGO, Feb. 12. Chancellor Bcckcit, a German, wns arrested
here today on suspicion of having committed robbery nnd murder.
CHARGES DISMISSED. CVRCO JETTISON.
United HtalcB Commissioner Ilea In out. r m tln.it ibe llrltMi ship
cock, at Han l-'rauclbco, finished tin llall.u bull b biih -nt a-boro In-
hearing of testimony ngnliiKt Captain tddi lamina, lim t, (jr of Cnllfor-
Chadwlck Thompson on tho chnrgo of ul.i. n w.i ipiv .ir trt Jettlam 100
brutal treatment on tho high sens to (ni - b. i - i,. cargo Tho, ltallnib-
William Hull, a negro seaman, and nil b hound from Hamburg for
dlsmlsEcil tho complaint ns not him Kan' - It" alia at the time t-lio went
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